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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Hbities Criticized ?

CongresswomariJiuJIivah Pleased With New

Grasp Of, Problems Involving PC Transits

' Conrresswoman xeonor K. Sullivan. Democ rat of Missouri, chairman of the U.S. House of

Representatives Subcommittee in, charfe of leg station on the Panama. Canal, said yesterday
her group now has "1 much better grasp of the problems involved in providing increased capa capacity,
city, capacity, to transit shipping from ocean to ocean," and will be able "much more intelligently" to
consider and act upon legislative proposals for '.short and long range solutions to the demands
of mounting traffic. . .!.,.
The Subcommittee, flew 6ver Nicaragua Friday in a U.S. Air Force C-54, accompanied by.
Gov. W. E. Potter, of the Canal Zone top Panama Canal Company staff executives, and mili military
tary military officials. Mrs. Sullivan said they were favored with good visibility during most of the flight
over the route of theproposed Nicaragua Canal -"and found it very easy to visualize how it
could be built." V ;

The Conzresswoman emphasized

mat tier subcommittee the Sub

committee on the Panama Canal

of the House Committee on Mer

chant Marine and Fisheries could

not and would not attempt at thrs
time to recommend any single
plan for increasing inter -ocean
transit capacity from .among the
various plans which have been

found to be practicable from an

enginenng standpoint. However,

she added;

"The Merchant Marine and Fish

eries Committee has .appointed a
panel of experts to advise us on

what it considers theunost desir

able plan, and the. Executive

Branch of the U.S. ; fJovernment
similarly will no doubt be propos proposing
ing proposing to us a particular &lan of ac

tion. Eventually, any such specific
recommendations willjbe referred
to our Subcommrtttefior action

on -authorizing legislation.
"Consequently, we felt that we
should know not only how the
present Canal could he expanded

or improved to meet the needs of

the long range as well as the im immediate
mediate immediate future; but also how a
sea level Canal could be achiev achieved
ed achieved through modification to the ex existing
isting existing Canal; and we also wanted
to see the proposed Nicaraguan
route.
"I can say now for all of us
that w have been very im impressed
pressed impressed by the feasibility of all
three of "th proposals."
The Subcommittee left Albrook
Field shortly after 7 a.m. Friday
for the flight north, first travers

ing the entire Panama Canal

from the Pacific to the Atlantic,
then heading up the Atlantic
Coast of Panama and Costa Rioai

to the San .Juan River, turning

inland for a flight across Nicara Nicaragua
gua Nicaragua to the- Pacific, paralleling the
line of the proposed Nicarauan
Canal.
Mrs. Sullivan said the Subcom Subcommittee's
mittee's Subcommittee's earlier inspection of the
Panama Canal by railroad, tug tugboat
boat tugboat and automobile during the
past week and a half, including
trips to various locks and a tight
squeeze through Gaillard Cut a a-board
board a-board a tug passing a huge ere
carrier, had emphasized to the
Congressional investigarors the
serious problems encontered by
the Panama Canal Company by
the soalled "clear cuts" and by
ever mounting traffic congestion
approaching the ultimate capacity
of the Canal.
"We are aware the traffic
demands are getting worse and
will continue to get worse," she
said.

Cristobal residents are up in arms today against their
proposed transfer to former Navy quarters at Coco Solo.
Their main objections to the switch which is eon-.

sidered to be the biggest single, population shift made pit.1
the Canal Zone seem to be that they will be required

to pay higher rentals for less desirable quarters.
"Thev certainly aren't thinkina about the little man,",

one Canal family head' commented yesterday.
Another said he felt that an open meeting With the

Governor slated by civic councils for Tuesday night will

be "useless." . . 7
"It's Just for the official record; but I'm sure that

even if we complain to him it will do us no good, Where
could they put us?' --:

CANINE HOSTESS- Even 'vick'i, pet of'jSfC Ralph. D. Eaton, right, getelnto Ihe 'welcoming?
SFLJurhiff MaidJta'a.visit to D feattery, M w 1 UI.S Army fheto)
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soldiers Spearhead Campaign;,

For Crippled Panamanian Girl

dboiled

The U.S. soldier -in foreign lands
has becomd'.a legend. Stories vo vo-ven
ven vo-ven around him are both good and
bad;
Often a story catapults into the
public spotlight that makes Amer Americans
icans Americans and their neighbors proud of
American soldiers. -Such
a ;f ory is this4- the story of
a little Panamanian girl crippled
with polio and the men o D Bat Battery;
tery; Battery; 764 "AAA Batttlion on Fla Flamenco
menco Flamenco Island.
Eight year-old -Amaida- Gomez,
known as Little Maidita, lives at
the Episcopal Bella Vista Children's
Home in Panama City. Two years

ago: she came to the' attention of
Sfei Particio: Garriga and St; Wi

lliam Sizmore, two "bar Aoiled"J surgical care. The money collect

members of D. Battery, who were
visiting the home.
They found out that Maidita
needed help. The Children's Home
had neither the facilities nor the
funds to give her the care she

needed. Of I the 49-odd children

pled nd wasiSh'i the .liome upon

theXspecjar request of the fana
ma government. ; ft K1-.
i Thv two sergeants laid the
problem before thr men n their
battery and when payday rolled
round ,i sizable contribution w
gathered end the same, thing
went on following paydays. The
campaign. o hlp .Maidita spread
t?, the other batteries in what
was then the 903rd AAA Bctt.s-

Shriners ; Of Abou Saa(f Temole

in Balboa stepped in "and made
arransements for the little girl

to enter the Shriners' Hospital tor

Crippled Children in Springfield,
Mass. with free hospitalization and

ed by D Battery men paid for her
traveling expenses to and from
the stateside hospital.
Maidita's first trip was made
last year and the remained at the
hospital for four months, going

through operations ana inerapy,

there, she was the only one crip- She retunred for four months tins

i i 1 1
t It t 1

year for more' correctivesurgery
When she came back from the

states this year it was too late to

enter her in Panama Schools, so

D Battery stepped in again and

raised funds to pay her tuition
in Ancon elementary school, where
she is now in second grade.
One afternoon this week she
visited the battery where she was
taken' "on a tour of the installa installation
tion installation by the battery executive of officer.
ficer. officer. First Lt. Douglas M. Wad Wad-dell,
dell, Wad-dell, and Garriga. After the trour
Maidita was feted with a tea

' party in the battery mess hall
surrounded by male admirers.
. i. ...

. Stricken with polio when she was

17 months old, Maidita was para
lyzed in her left knee and both

her feet. She could not walk. Now

she walks with the aid of a crutch

and can manage without it some

times. Braces are being made for

at her at Ciorgas Hospital to An

ther aid her for a while,

Last' week D Battery received

a letter of thanks from Bishop R.

Heber Gooden, of the Episcopal
Missionary District of the Panma
Canal zone, stating: "we are grate

ful to you for what you have done

m the case of little Maidita...."

What inspires people to do things

like this p Garriga said, "When I
first saw her, she could not walk.

Mow she can."

lg Machete Day at Pedro Miguel

BELTING HAND While Visiting her many friends at D
-. Battery Maidita is given a VIP tour of the installaCon. Help-
"ing her over some rough rround ts Sfc Patricio Garriga and
, ;pft.ThomM A. XlatterL (L'JS. Army Phot)

Mother's Day
It's Mother's Day holi holiday
day holiday in Panama tomorrows
So we're going to keep -Mum.
Ho news. In fact,
no paper. Back Tuesday.

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MAKING'A CLEAN SWEEP of their town 'yesterday, a group of Pedra Miguel residents all chipped in to dean up the over overgrown
grown overgrown areas leading to their recently acquired quarters in tne town of Pedro Miguel. The. Canal's Ground Maintenance Bu
reau-supplied 102 machetes and young and old male residents v showed up early In the morning for the community project.
Said one of the Pedro Miguel residents: -'It all started because the ladles got scared walking home at night from the bus
atop through the overgrown bushes. And you know when tne ladies. Want something, they wont rest until they get it..."
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Xast iTuesday after several
months of negotiations, the Navy
was authorized to- make 'availab'e :
immediately 280, sets of quarters
at Coco Solo to the Canal Zonel;
Government Panama Canal Com-
pany.
They comprise 128 sets of of fie,'
ers' quarters, and 152 sets of en

listed men s quarters.
have received notice that1 they ;
will have to vacate their present
hemes, under the terms of the :
(JSRP Treaty, when this area
Will revert to P.anama. '-;(
Although no date has been, fix ;

ed bv the Canal for the beginning

of the move, unofficially January

has been mentioned.

Applications have been forward

ed to Cristobal residents request- -ing'them
to fill in their preference
in the way of housing. These forms

must be returned by Dec. IB.
' However, manv Crist ohal nennl

fwere skeptical as to choice.

v "Whet choice?" a housewife ask

ed today. "They just have four-

family quarters there, so what if
I do want a cottage I couldn't
get it." :

"When you're, being forced to
pay a higher rent for. a worse -5
type of house how caw you
help but gripe?" worker, ask

ed. 1

Several residents said today 'that

they had called the housing office
to find out what the new-rental

charges wii be. and discovered

that they will have to pay' $18 a

weeK for a three bedroom apart

ment in a four-family houses.

Now I pay $15 a week for

three-bedrooms in a private house

with all kinds of storage under

neatn," argued one housewife, "so
why do they-vhave to do this to

US?" r,l

Besides the higher rental, resi

dents are complaining that the

15-mile additional ride will mean
higher gas bills and other, incon
veniences for them.

"Now my husband will have to

take the family car to wort,and

'ii just be stuck without a ear.

What can we dof
Another phase of the housina"

shift that bothers some of. the Deo

pie is the fact that quarters will
be available en a basis of senior-

Several Canal employes with bis

families do not have much sen seniority,
iority, seniority, and they feel that their hous

ing will be inadequate under the

system of seniority.

'It will be interesting to

Jost hew many families with

children get crowded quarters.

while a ceuple thaf been work
ing longer for the Can!' I, but his
ne children will get the bigger -house,"
one woman remarked.'
"This move to Coco Sola makes
future seem hopeless," comment commented
ed commented a newcomer here. He said that
although he felt he didn't know
too much about the previous po
hey of the Canal, this move seems
to him to be frightening J "How
can we so placidly accept this on on-American
American on-American way f' life?'
"A. younr man just starting out
with a family just couldnt afford
the high rent I wonder what
they'll do?" :.
BALKOA TIDES
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THE 6UNDAX AMERICAN
SUNDAY, DECEMBER S, 1959

PAGE TWO

PANAMA AMERICAN

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THE READERS OWN COLUMN

Thf Malt Bo a opan forum tor roadon of Th Panama America

are received fratotully and ara nanaiee m a wnouy cgnnimui

; yo jontributt a letter don't be Impatient it it ooen r appear rna
aasfday. Letteri are published in the order received.
" -Wea tr to keep the letter limited to one page length.
' aMdanrity of letter writer held in itrictett confidence
fjjhit aewipapar auumei no responsibility for statement or opinion!
" aaaaaaaed in letter from reader.
iTH S MAIL BOX
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The comments of Native of Panama (Mall Box, Dec. 6) pro-

voJB me to reply

Ruarkous
Comments.

- -4 I own two automobiles. This Is a necessity because my
;v wlfaand I work in different areas and at different noura. (These
carf are for sale, both for a total of $1,000. Is that very high-

TtrlMri 0

IJt. We own a TV set, 24-inch General Electric, price $200 lor

inewDie muuei ixnuii fjui. .....
g3. We are an unusual family as we do not own even one

plane or motor boat.
4. .My actual take home pay Is $159 every two weeks, not

EDO. There are no Dona aeaucuuns.
5 My wife Is employed in the Republic of Panama. She is
. natjye of Panama. Her gross pay Is $125 monthly. (Is that a to

tal income or $iuuu mommy a.
' vub finvp nhnnt. $3B ner month (Not $200)

r ilimhers nr the Armed forces of the U.S. who cannot ob-

"'j'taln quarters (which you want) and who are married, are forced
tn iiv in Panama and have to Day hieh rental and utility rtes.

! r 8. The taking away of your C.Z. privileges was at the request
'hf KftMve of Panama's Government in order to obtain more rev

enue throueh duty, in order that they may try to meet their

hnHirpr. fwe Americans did not benefit by this action. Has Na

Jtive of Panama seen newspaper reports of greatly-reduced

profits. Panama should not blame the U.S. citizens be

" cans he is beine eoueed by get-rlch-quick merchants. This

ihould be taken ud with his representatives in the Assembly

. 5 1 10. We do not have any Representatives of Congress or the

t Senate in this area to taKe our complaints to. as a marcer 01
J jtact there are none who actually represent us.
, t 1. Most of us are accustomed to living in a cooler climate
" J ind have to go to the States every few years to "get acclimated."
1 have tone onlv once In the last six years. No plata.

' J 12. As taxpayers of the UJ3. some of us do not like to see
1 jour Government's money thrown away by giving inefficient
J fslow pokes" twice the salary they now receive. (There are some

wno deserve a decent raise;.
13. Our "mansions" are also filled with roaches, termites, ants,
J tc., even though we live in the Canal zone iNative of Panama's
Country).
i 14. It Is not mandatory that Native of Panama works In the
1 jCanal Zone. He has the freedom to do in the Republic of Pan-
ma, or even In the United States, where the streets are paved
jw4th gold.
i 1 15. The newer quarters in the Canal zone rent for over $100
, a month. Is that low-priced?

10. our uommissary prices are mgiier man in ine u.a. 1 ao
'some of my non-perishable item shopping through Sears and
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iRoebuck. The same privilege is available in Panama.

i 17. Why should visiting Congressmen of the U.S. investigate

;ilvlng conditions in Panama. It is not their problem, but' one-of,

I'jsatlve of Panamas own country. He has a representawves in

i Jnis Assembly for this. A V
; 18. In the event the U.S. ever built a Canal In Nicaragua or
I elsewhere, it will be caused by such "Natives of Panama."
V.F.W. Sleuth

By ROBIRT C.'RUARK

I did not care .much for the

Bund boys who ran their own 'Na
zi 0 Deration in this country be'

foro we were confronted with the

painful necessity of knocking off

tr. prancy Mtie idol. Hitler.

And I am nreoared not to care

very much for "The Federation

of American Citizens of Geman

Descent in the United States of

America, inc.." either.

I am also prepared not to be

wildly enmoured of Mr. Theodore

'. Leuthauser. wno dtscriDes mm-

bc'J as president on the letterhe.d
and chairman under his signature

on The letter I have at hond.

This wo, apply -ausJy to Mr.

Harry J. Snk, who calls himself

"Voice of the Federation." ana

any of the other gentlemen,-from

ur. Austin J. App 10 jcncn wieni,

who decorate the leit nana co

lumn of the letter.

Of the 19 officers who em

broider the mastheifd of this
ornate niece of paper with which

I have been honored, only two

come from oitside New York,

Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

"Under the hybrid presentation
of a flag which is half German,
hafl American, it would appear
that these lads have started, their

o, Ruhr.

Meln Herr Leutheuser. a New

Jersey iaeeer. upbraids me for a

recent I wrote saying that

the nomination of a Hitler general,

Speidel as .lead of the Western
alliance land forces had aroused

something less than enthusiam in

England, whicn iook me du,
and other countries which had

tn knock off work long enough

to knock off the Krauts. Tins was
a simple statement of fact.

'Several ol our m e m 0 e rs,r

writes Herr Leuthauser from

Livingston. N.J., "have called my

attention to several of your co columns,
lumns, columns, particularly the one about

the appointment 01 uenerai opei-

del.

"it would seem that your atti

tude is such as has cost the iree

nations the services of many

German scientists and rocket ex

perts who are now wonting on

the TCBM'S ana saieuue ior

Russia.

;!Bir:

CANAL ZONE GIRLb

' GI" (Mail Box, Dec. 1) who can't manage a date with these un-Mder-sexed
and over-bleached Canal Zone girls. If he is as good

ilooklnir as he savs or thinks hp ia T nm mi Tnn wonlH hovA n

J I fan club after him for dates. He claims to be a-minor wolf. How

jiaia ne Know nis aates were sporting a set or jayne Mansneias?
J I No wonder he has not been able to get any dates with the nice,
I goodlooleing girls.
"j If he ever expects to get anywhere with the girls, he should
J J remember that "decent men should be seen and heard, not felt."
'jlf he cannot accept this hint, then his best bet would be to go
' ncrcm tVio hnrHpr whpro thn crirlc will an with an sink wlfh a-

ijicar and money. 1
J. He should not even think of dating girls in their first three
i years, of high school, because they are too young. Naturally par-
, ents 'don't want their 14-year-old and 16-year-old daughters
J dating 20 and 25-year-old men. And I'm sure that after he as-
jsociates with Mother Nature's creations across the border no
;! mother would want her daughters dating such trash. If "Disil "Disil-.
. "Disil-. 'lualoned GI's" own mother knew the kind of elrls he'rt ha ahl

, to date In Panama, she would be ashamed to claim him as her

. un.
; He can't expect to drive down the street in hi, car and honfc;
; hla horn at a Canal Zone girl and pick her up. if i.gjrl is4ntr.q
Jduced properly to a GI and he Is neat, has manners, personality
nd Is not too forward, she is sure to accept, a date.
. If he Is the "will you or won't you" type he sure" won't be
popular. I am by no means against GIs, and I am, a Canal Zone
trlrl whn mftrrlprf nno 1

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Bv tha wav. whv not write ta

pnlnmn ahout Dr. Werner von

Braun, the German rocket expert

now workmg for us no aiso serv serv-H
H serv-H in tha Rerman Army. How do

you feel about nis appointment

Should he not De repiacea s

T would not be so so ruae to say

that if von Braun doesn't start

doinff better, fast, he had certain

ly ought to be replaced, as evi evidently
dently evidently the technicians the good
Herr mentions -who defected to

Russia seem to have more on

fthe ball than von Braun.- i

But I would be ruae enougn w
say that von Braun works with
his head buried in a Bunsen burn burner,
er, burner, away from public attention,
and hence is not a considerable
eyesore to a people' who lost maay

of their lives and ; nearly? all 01

their economy in a oatue againsi
a megalomaniac, Hitler, hrs de de-nr
nr de-nr q vaH -friaids. and his Jew kill

ing cohorts. (And I am Irish, by
the way, although I. do not sub

scribe to tne policies; ui uie u-iou
Republican Arm,! Jaelong to ho
Irish associations, and have never
attended a St. Patrick's Day pa

rade in my life.
But to put a def ted Nazi ge general
neral general in charge of the European
defense army is about as souhd
a slap in the face to everybody of
any nation who fought Naziism as
ever I saw, and it has been com commented
mented commented on bitterly day after day
in the press and in private cqn-

versationj
Von don't need any general that

bad, especially one that has a
clear record of not winning a war.

I imagine that Herr luinau luinau-ser's
ser's luinau-ser's ire, in respect to other col

umns, was fTOUsea uy a J. ,j
factual piece about the Nazi old old-.ohnni
.ohnni old-.ohnni tin enirit rousing itself

Un Germany once again, with suit-1

rpiohration.
Thra it is. and true it is, as

reported internationally by many
others than me; ;
t hva nmathintf less than no

time at aU for peoplewho live

in foreign countries un u at attempt
tempt attempt to impose the Vterland on
the countries in which they live.

If the Vateriana is so gooa, so

Mck and Uve ta it. nut in inej

meantime 'raus mit der corres

pondence.

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NOW THEY KNOW all about' case prepaartlon and trial procedure. Canal Zone Police; "Chief
Maj. B. A. Dard,en''(lefO :1s shown presenting a certificate attesting to the completion of. the
training1 sessions to Policeman Xharlcs N.; Lit tic while Sgt. Morton L. Levee 'on, Little's-left,
and Policeman James A.' Marchucs; (rights' look on. The presentation was held Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Balboa Police Station,- Besides 45:; policemen who received certificates, five US
Army MPs also attended and-completed .the course, i The. policemen were: W H. Alves, L. W.
Barker, M. L. Leyee, L fi. MorauH. Overall,' FkE. Perra, Ha Oj-RhynefW.", Affeltranger,
N. K. Andersen, j. P. Barnes,' .M. BeUw.v. Blerbaum, A. R. BJorneby, -W. Bleakley E.
B. Bristol, ft. M. Brome, ;y G. Camby,. J O. Catron, E. M." CherryjR. Li: CJrespo, H. W. 0emp 0emp-sey,
sey, 0emp-sey, H, H. Sumraerford, 6: M Watts, T. A. Frensey, K. D. Glass.D. R. Harned, A.ri. Her Her-manny,
manny, Her-manny, E. J. Husiim, 6. J. jadis," R. w. Lawyers j.. N. Little, Ralph Masters, J.' A. Marchuck,
Cato May, P. F. McDonnell J., F McDowell, R -B,MiIls, F: B.i Mounts, P V: ODonnell, C. H.
Peavley, Henry Perry, P.f JS. Proback," Samuel Roe R. K. Soyster and F. fe, Southerland MPs
were MSgt. W. H. Hick,s, Sgt. E. J. Curtis, Odell Ferguson, Ernest Karlsen and J. Hi- Paget.

Mention the nam Abigail
Smith to anyone today 'and
chances art they've never
keard of ner. Yet, she was the
first .mistress of the White
House and had the .unique
distinction of having been the
wife of one president of the
United States end the mother
of aaether. In 1764, MJes MJes-mlth,
mlth, MJes-mlth, the daughter of a -New

England clergyman, mamed
John Adams. In 1787, she gave
birth to John Quincy Adams

and in MOO she moved into
the still incompleted .White
House for a short time at the
end of her husband's term es
president She died la ISIS,
six rears before her aoa was
elected to the presidency.- -

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YOU GALAXY OF CODAWFULNfcWS, wun ail

fuss going on over an acquittal, plus t frsa riignt ooara
and residence -at Balboa police .station, anyone .woulo;
think this fellow Rliberi Miro'had done something absent absent-minded
minded absent-minded in a 1 Canal Zone commissary. The commissary
thing is1 just a guess on. my part A ahort In the dark, sp
to speak. M "J .-i';; t;'''?-
I don't know whether the Remon case jury wm ,lrt
unanimous agreement1 In bringing in their Not Guilty ver verdict
dict verdict Friday, but I want to go :on record as being in Un Un-animoqs
animoqs Un-animoqs agreement with Dominie C. R. Vosburgh. In his
declaration last week that life ori the Canal Zone is Un Un-american.
american. Un-american. ' "(
He confided this proposition,. Jn ( jthe, anarn Canal
subcommittee of the House Merchant Marine ;an,dl;Fisher-v
ies committee, a body whlch la homewarding haplessly
today jstill, wondering how 6ome all theheadTines-got
stolen fron. therrl. that's real galling for 4 Icphgressmaii.
I hope Gov. William ,P6tter h&e courteously Airged tbern
all to return when, assassination Irat a lower.ebb on the
lekmne r I .anii A alt, A IiLta iiV rnmrnlHoa fiLnAVtf liihm

l Mil I IU0 nVUlU UIOU m f V llIil fcV w r v
squarely behirrd, Vosburg;:' But ;fii,!ou!d;:hV;iald'''riior
stress, in my difffdeht' oprnion, on the wayi'in,.wHfcK."..,

I. xvnians ore uenieu mo maiienauio nmoi iv&m pi ivi?
lege at this time 'of year of enjoying some seasonal, frost frostbite,
bite, frostbite, cracked lips: and,-slU9h-'80ddan sdeks. : 'i A '
2. Zonians; are abruptly amputated frprh his' right to
spend a couple ,;,of, trMe,-b!ue- American hours each .day

wai ,' ui aaififiig Milt u-iianu an inoicau liij mupfc uikb a
short, quiet drive' f 6 work along' good, smootfi ro'ads In

a I 9 j Cfcl 90 191 M VI II UIO nil IV IVUI4 l t V I VD
enshrined for several years among their-thriceblessed
countryrrten Stateside, of paying a dollar or more for a
shot of whisky.;-; 'tl':'."C
4. Zonians caii never eniov that ail-American million

aire feeling, native to Miami and California," Of being
distinguished from the common herd by ownership' of a
piece of a deep-sea fishing boat. When they go out after
oa. f iU .....IJl. L..1 X!.L I 1LI'

Buiiio ui ine wuiiui west game nsn nere mey. are ODiigea''.
to feel just like ordinary joes. This egalitariahfsm is dan dangerously
gerously dangerously cldse to Communism, and Vosburg should have
told the subcommittee so. f ';, j
5. Zonians reari'ri; their kids here have no. way jf
imbuing them with, the great, city tradition of playing on
a busy streetylined with decaying brownstone houses.
When it is reckoned how many of the United States' most
celebrated citizen got their.. start on such playgrounds,
and are still talking about it, It is Unamerican indeed that
Canal Zone kids should be denied such an advantage.
6. Zonians are, irrevocably cut off from the typically
American plftllp spending ,ti relax ing Sunday after-
noon fitfully across Long Island from one traffic jam to
another, andNj1t)yinfehflaralleled vistas of such Amer- i
ican scenery ks-TendersV mufflers, licence plates, and the
haunting, patriotic onkng of the Autohorjnus America America-ntis;
ntis; America-ntis; The more you think about what you inissdown here, ;
the sadder it makes you. ;
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7. Zonians are utterly bereft oftheAmericaF pfeas-
ure of paying $10 or more for a depressingly ordinary
meal at restaurants featuring haughty -help- in ; penguin
SUits: Instead thev have tn fnrnn a nun, .4!9 ,An' -.A. k.,. :

ful little waitress at the Legion Club" for fobi just as good
if less ornate. ;. ..-:!'s:';
8. Zonians are deprived of the American delight
or spending all winter coping with a cranky oil heater In
the basement, A and the suntanned luxury of 3 b.m.
nightfalls.;- '. ljr. ., ? -,;,,.'"''.,
9. Zonfan 'are 'denied the right.rf participation Jn
the great national, holiday weekend festivals, in which the
several-hundred death toll rises higher by the, year,
drivers10 8terling efforts of red-blooded Arherican
,1 'i..1?' I01'1 ''irty-onstituttoiwl'ly barred from the
right to line up for hours in ill-tempered queues to get
into a good ball game or movie. All they have to do Is to
walk up to the box office and pay their money, -"
wkt" !Le Just some of the soul-chilling hardships
whiclv the subcommittee should know about before leav leaving
ing leaving the Isthmus. ' ; ? :.'.." -v
Vosburch riirl nnnt fkom u. "" L ; . .1

sJje -ii,o "ta T. "'manner in willCn thO
Ji citizens here ara mni uk.,t ...i.. L: .

nght of their rather iesVinan" .ampVuX Si
polls on the recent occasion of the Civic Council elecrfons
they don't seem to miss it much. electlons'
.Ls best loan recall offhand, about 21 Dercent nf tL
el-gible voter, -among Pacific-sid US RaSrsPexero th.
rikufwrnoii voaourt rig.aiy noics so oear L.IZ th,n
landslide. I should fav. RthLii "8'

nat would be.; ,n tac'.;aY mZ WTJZ"

Unamerican .landslide,; proving VoYbu
I consiaer ne snouia na

tee about these 7"' 8UuCOmm'1,

i reeretfuffiT'aiAriteaaf'rt

of the,, unrewarding cofMmrir who tnink JitTbS'SS
in the ar should:beerit;tr.-ra;..i:," aLa.ta,, onc

refer to the recento6io SIiKffi:
"Canal Zone Brat'.' ;and yoSV humble. -JpSSST
So far as I am nnnMrr.a k. t.11 .... s.!

Indian? n the main .kifti-.a 1.. inai Vst

lot," and thatPanan" u w i''lWM ""truthful

Trooper. b.ta hioUl
commendable cases wa. a-.Lj jS P'h'y

ful years after Hith'eSrS ""Aft

- It would, pain me immeasurableT howewr :
Zone Brat and I were to part in any discome1Tv
any auch fnisfprtune, I shall seek out an old codV irf m!
. ' don't know what I can do to ret him a et
boots to wear whil readjnz if but 1 iZuM of J"k"
distinguished bu.departed au oMhl tomeln u'esS u'esS-was
was u'esS-was most insistent, in word and deed, ttlikbSS S
Caucasian b bod were more worth. ? P And
traightabn
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT of J
7275 -r.'.vr-' -f. v:- Y; -i ;
1 takes heed f, the' seven assassination, trial defend defendant
ant defendant who had th luck to be acquitted after th iury had
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LONDON,', Peci 1 --IBIS) At
stone pillar. on which Wren na
reared hi original bulding.
In a dim recess at the north north-east
east north-east end was' a newly-discovered
medieval crypt dating back, from
far before Wren' time. At a low lower
er lower level still, I was told, a Ro Roman
man Roman mosaic, floor h4 un uncovered.,'
covered.,' uncovered.,' ';'i'
least seven or eigm. ey w j.
-...! J Pin takl veu in U 1
slant out of the. bux
London V Fleet Street, that forc forcing
ing forcing house ot printing and newspa newspapers;
pers; newspapers; into the .juiet precinct of the
.church, of St,' Bride.,
Every dy: thecp. paJtUew
,pw and far into the, night,
innniitltiva; nassers-by. 1P
Though' he'prires these antiqui
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west uoor, nvj: uA,u.Jnow on(, of the loveliest buildings

wnn a ngni v. -r-
ty
St. Bridal only e-yar -.
go still '-burnf-onr shall from
. Hrribl. Incendiary bombing
raid in D.cemir WO at h
haight of ,v tht enemy ."
has boon rnwd with more
van' than -it., former., lovtlirws
Bee" 1 J8 Queen' Elizabeth ljj
with the Duke qf Edinburgh, will
re-open It, and a congregation re representing
presenting representing St, Bride's many asso associations,
ciations, associations, ancient and modem, with
the New" World "across. the eas,
with "newspaperdom. and with a
With newspaperumii,
tradition of worship on the, same
ennt dfttintf .DacK a i-iioub
In the SOlind
lound
of trumpets the reflowering
masterpiece
BELONGS TO WORLD
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"hride cake"
ateeple, which withstood the bomb-
ine. t. untie b h '""
looked on as one o( the finest
works of the grett; "th-century
architect Sir Chris ; ophet W t h.
v...:u. n t Paul's Cathedral.
uunuw ui "v. ---- ccn
Nrtw at a COSt Of aDOUt 5b0,-
000 subscribed mainly by newspa newspaper
per newspaper people themselves, it has been
raised, again. .-
And thanks to the discovery of
Wren's original plans, spoilt by
'improvements" by subsequent
architects who could not 1 e a e
well alone, the new St Bride s
dazzles the eye with its fresh
white Portland stone, cut and gilt gilt-embossed
embossed gilt-embossed by Britain's craftsmen of
today, as surely as did its fore forerunner
runner forerunner which Wren raised on the
rums of the Great Fire of -London
in. 1666. '-."-
When St. Bride's, went up In
flames 17 years ago, the loss was
felt far beyond Fleet Strett.
The Catholic printers' associa association
tion association of New York cabled sympa sympathy.,
thy., sympathy., .-.
Subscription for the re-buildtng
have come from Jewish newspa newspapers
pers newspapers and organizations of many
religious denominations.
For, in a sense, St. Bride's be belongs
longs belongs to th v world. (
All freedom-lovinr peoples1 have
a stake in the Pressmen's church,
for it was in St. Bride parish
that Wynkyn de Worde set up the
first "popular press" with Cax Cax-ton'
ton' Cax-ton' new printing machinery in
1500, and was soon waging a win winning
ning winning battle for the principle of
free expression against censorship.
Dtc. 1 Queon Elizaboth II
will unviit a now rtrodos eom eom-memorating
memorating eom-memorating on of th : Pilgrim
Fathars, Edward Winslow, who
as a printer's apprentice attend attended
ed attended St. Brido's church in 1613.
Whan tho Pilcrim Fathers set
sail iui i-iio icv iiwiuf
wpnt with them and was the
sail for the New World, Winslow
Compact at uape uoa in lNovem-
11 A.lUfl 4 Via flrct A.
niiKi' wen uc vautu
Down in St. Bride's crypt, where
I attended one of the last servic services
es services before the church's re-opening,
I saw a beautiful terra cotta bust
of a little girl, Virginia Dare
parishioners of St. Bride, and Vir
' Tin; Haa ViA fircf philH nf Tlpit-
lllia WHS lIC A.liat urn, ui i.-
ish parentage to be horn in the
New World.
MADRIGAL IN STONE
IL WHB 111 'llic aiiljciiI' vijpi umf
1 met the Rector, the Rev. Cyril
if m Mnt mm 4n& arftti
jjl. m UllLasC, m mail uii v ttimi
teal for his wonderful church.
Round us weret he rugged old
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of its kind in the ; world," be said.
as we paced tne norm aisie, in
the new church. :"Look' at those
gloriouy western arches. They are
the best that even Wren ever plan planned,'
ned,' planned,' and theyhave been built to today
day today in Portland stone from the
same firm that supplied the origi original
nal original blocks in 1680!" v.
He.showt-4 me h waatharad
.t.llc- (nur at which art al
lotted to Canada. Australia. Nw(
.. . n a m iL
Zealand ana tna union or aoutn
Afriea.,," :;;r'i:, :
i All ino a,hiiiiuuihiwiui
.mfssi0iiers wilbhrt af th inaui-
"All the Commonwealth C o m-
rai service, ner saiu. m
If h ,hnli rtinlnmatic
fBe; whole' Diplomatic Corns will
be here.1 along with the Lod ta
yor and Corooratlon -or, umaon
and of dourie representatives of
all 4he great newspaper'. We ar?
looking forward to a brilliant and
wonderful occasion."
The British broadcasting Corpor Corporation
ation Corporation will brbadcast the ceremo ceremo-nv
nv ceremo-nv live: television film cameras
will also be there:" and Armitase
told me tht the1 Ame-ans are
hoping to film it in color.'
He said: "I am not surorised
hat thev look on it a second on-,
ly in spectacle to the roronaHon."
To us who work in Fleets Street,
St. Bride's Steeplers no ,loner a
sad stakemark.of idesolation.,
From Temple Bar to'Ludsate
from' the windows ot reporters'
rooms and printing works, and
the ars of the tavers, too, we
m titiii ffatrh thr new message
from its graceful tnering tiers,
from what the poet Henley called
'this maongai in stone.
MarkiCFII's First
TV Christmas Show
sneplal TV
program; VVbCFNB
uA r-hrictmns holidays will
UU44UK uiw i" -.
be "The Cradle Story," starring
Judith Anderson, mis wb u-w
j..inn will he telecast Wed-
nesday, Dec. 11, beginning at 8
p.m.
mi rvii storv": is consider-
h ho taiavisinn industry as one
of the most ambitious presentation.
of the season. Miss Anaerson, u u-tisguished
tisguished u-tisguished star of tage and mo mo-tinn
tinn mo-tinn niMnre. makes one of her
in requeint television appearances
on the program
mis 19 uui unci
noinh FHuarHs nrpsentinC the life
umL:. : xr.,- T it a vuiih hnt
has. been rescheduiea on vrw-iv
L: a. 4a Q n m tho
lume poc win icrcii. w
following week.,
RAID KILLS 23 AFRICANS
XT A TT rt5 T VAnrti fTTCM RbM.
peaceful berdsmei last week in a
ohHHah AittKroolr nf trihal warfare
SUUUCU uutui an. ui uimi
on Kenya's plains,. H wa disclosed
Marlll wiwneH across the tribal
boundary, f shot their way into a
I BC glllI IV Ul x Mi naJa m,.
Aiitmnria1 A it tsy a M anH Ttallon.
.Titcl-ene 4aiifmv with
uuiuiuucu fiuovi 1011 euu bu"uu
ties, attacked three villages and
fcillAjl 99 tMAii Ka'aia urithlrtiutntf
ai icu m uveas av vie
fit was the third such attack in
four weeks, they said.
This Xmas ?
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Recent 'arrivals in Panama, aboard the powerful, modern Ayiancn planes used on the
"El Panameno" Hifht, are si group of diating-uished ladiesaU membens of the Garden
Club ot MeieUin and Bogota., Mrs. Berta Hernandei de Osplna, wife of the ex-President
of Colombia, Dr, Mariano Osptna Pere and the Mr.v Lucia Jaramillo de Posada and
MirJa Caballero de -Pere Presidents- of the above ': mentioned Clubs, are leadinr this
distinguished committee. These charming' ladle will 'be. the .guests of the Garden Club
' of Panama and the Canal Zone during the coming week ..
' Mr. Gloria A. de Matussl and Ana Lucrecia A. de Andreve; Dr. Raul H. Barrios,
the Ambassador fdr MColombia in Panamar Dr. AHerW Garavito, A., First' Secretary of
the Embassy;! Cap. Hernando Leyva Suare, Consul General of Colombia; and MrJ Jorge
Saavedra G., General Representative for AYIANCA for Panama and Central America,
were at Tocumen to extend a welcome to these charming visiters. (Advt.).

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winners Pfc. Larry Horenstein and Pvt. Harry A. Kimzey wlthja plaque and a Hunter.
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Ambassador of Spain
ivts Farwll Lunchaon
. or Costa Rican Ambassador
, The Ambassador ot Spain in Pa Panama
nama Panama Don Jjtdertco' Uabaldon y
Navarro and his wile will give a
Juncneon at the Kmtassy residence
on Thursday as a despedida lor
the Ambassador of Costa K i c a
lion Carlos de la Espriella and
Mrs. Kspnolla. who will be leav leaving
ing leaving soon.

MISS SUSAN FRANCES OSBORNE;

LT f OI. AND MRS. HUGH P. OSBORNE

ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT OF DAUGHTER
' ; Lt. Col. and Mrs. Hugh P. Osborne of Fort Amador announce
the engagement of their daughter? Susan Frances;- i 1st., .Lt.
CHaes Joseph Ginn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ch&tes Vfri ftt
Iroaton, Ohio. Miss Osborne is a graduate of Ithaca lUffh chool,
Ithaca, New York and Is presently a sophomore at" the CanaJ
Zone Junior College. Lt. Ginn, who is stationed at Fort Clayton,
.if a graduate of Eastern Kentucky State College. The wedding
ie scheduled to taRe place sometime in February,
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Gov. And Mrs. Pottar
Will Opun
llowar Show
f The Flower Show which will be
open to Hie public tomorrow at 8
p.m. when ine Govern of. the
u:anal Zone and Mrs, hotter for formally
mally formally open it will have as special
guests, a large roup erf ladies
from Colombia.
Committees froin morning and
evening, clases will ct as host hostesses.
esses. hostesses. Mrs. Loye McDaniel is
chairman lor the morning group
with Mrs. Betty Woolen, co-chairman,
assisted by Mesdame Tina
Feierlein, Major West.- Mamaret

abb, Deborah llollingsworth, Ger

trude iJngandi, JOAnn Arosemena,

Constance Murnane, Eberle Ram

bo, Isabel Maria Torres, Rose A
Mendoza, Miriam Perkins and Te

resa Luce.

cnairman ot the evenin group

is Mrs. carmen tggleston with

Mrs.' Lucille Kinter acting as co

cnairman. Also on the evening

committee are Clara M. Hicks,
Elsa Gotti, Hortensia de Gonzalez,
Chefa de Hermida, Aurora Illucca
and Mildred Wilkerson.
; Entries in the show will be
judged on the basis of original de design,
sign, design, condition of material, rela relation
tion relation of material to container, bal balance
ance balance of design, color harmony
and use of interesting material.
i
; The schedule for Monday pro provides
vides provides for students placing their
exhibits at the Y.M.C.A from one
to five p.m. Judging- wity be be between
tween between lie hour; ojj S MjaniJ -6:30
ind awards will V:pMented
from 7 to 8 p.m. Thetl the show
opens to the public at 8:00 p.m.
and continual-'- jta V10;Q() 'p.m.
Capt. And Mrs. BolW$ftfe ,(
Entartain Bofora 'ki'
Pilots' Dinner
Capt. and Mrs. Peter Bolton en-

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LOS ANGELES VEDDING -Z-tits. Richard i?.,'McPhers6n," thef former Miss Mary Lou Dailey,

.v,r,,n ,it.h her crandfather Mr;" Charles Wall, former Zonian, who 1&, now, a National Me

diator in Washington, and her, mother Mr, Earl O. Dailey of Diablo at her Teeent. wedding in
Los k Angeles. The McPhersons are making their home In Santa Monica,: California; ;

tfrmin of their friend

in their home in Bella Vist be
fore last 'night dinner dance giv given
en given by the Pilots' AsociatiQn a;
the Hotel El Panama.
Colon IAWC
Will Hold
Egg Nog Party- ,
The Colon Chapter of the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women's Club will hold
its Christmas egg nog party $t
the Ft. Giilick Officers' Club on

Dec. 10 between 7 p.m. au
p.m. . j. :
Members may bring g.u e s t
There wil Ihe a fifty cent charge

for each guest.
Members will be' requested;, to

show membership cards at the

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At tnis time jnemueis aie sv
ed to bring their gifts for the
Christmas party to be given for
nWiMi-on fmm a cps 7 to 13 at Port

Pilbn during the. holidays ? -u v

Mr. And Mrs. Klino

Entertain With

Barbacua
Mr and Mm. Charles F. Kline

gave a baerbecue at their home
on Golf Heights Friday night tto

celebrate the birthday of their son,
enny. : .:, ; ,;

Flrsf Ladies
Contrlbuta Racipet
For Naw Cookbook
The First La'iy. of Panama Mrs.
Ernesto de la Guardia and the
First Lady of the Canal Zone Mrs.

William E, Potter head a distin distinguished
guished distinguished list of the foremost host

esses on the Isthmus who have

contributed recipes to the Anniver Anniversary
sary Anniversary Cookbook compiled by mem members
bers members ofv Kol Sh'earith Israel.

TJie book, which will go on sale

next weeK consists of 278

paes

Pt. Amadof Officers'
Open Mass Will Hold
New Year's Eva Party
.New Year' Eve 'will be cele

brated at Fti;.Amador Officers' 0-

pen Mess ay a. dinner fnd formal

me evening win. start with a

steak dinner which will be served

from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. Cock

tails and highballs will be served

frbm 8:00 p.m. until 3 a.m.

There will he dancing to the mu-

r

Joya, in Spanish means jewel, Joya per-
fume is a miracle of fresh and xoHc
'fragrance, the choice of beqtiful women
who have sought it out from all others.

n a n v. a i r V k t. k -'" r i

Representative J. RUIZ ALVAREZ

P.O. Box 196

Panama

Hav you ihhd
COINTREAU FRAPPE

Try it tonight after Dinner
you will like it;
it is a

FINE DELICIOUS REFRESHING
and very DIGESTIVE DRINK

Id

.the ham& that

medns the Tnpst in gift) foremen!

Comfort and fashion are one
and the same when you wear. .

Distribatprs: CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.
PANAMA COLON

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No. 3M0 JUSTO AROSEMENA AVE. between 31 iand 32 St

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NEW YORTf Tip.: 1 (11P1

f:nllnrn nMlf trmr. in wn marir

time come ; spring, .aa Xaaijion

The,, chemise silhouette domi-

naiea amau-iry siyiea at a ,re-

flronn tin nririihlvotlnn nf nnn

wuiiicn executives m me iasnion-

lnausiry. gaexs ,came in main

and party versions,- sized, ior

toaaiers to sun-teens. v
"The chemise won't be the onr

lv stvln for vnnncxtrH hnf ft

will be the newest." said narra

tor aeryi xuciter, iasftion .eoutor

ot rarenis Magazine, s j ;
"The Kut'V .la n lno-fpal 'fWniV

tie girls because they never have

wtauines, -sne aaaea. ; j
' I--."'' ;.r:''..';.:'V'.; ..'v"t'i'" v"i ';
, In: Sack For ''Years J:i ;

uwjr. wUUt a tuuu ii UUU1 UUU1-ina
ina UUU1-ina to "chpmlx at hiiAlnnlr

gain. We've been dressing daugh daughter
ter daughter in sacks fnp vm ia

' W 1 r T A u W V w
outfits loplc like the:, 'old-time

aress wnicft reir straieht from a

and rom in nrlnts or fcolon

matching the dress.

Bonnets i will he whimsical,
like a ;'puck halo,-! ol green
leives. deslirned bv ;iohn Fred-

! erics; a chancel-type school girl

hat ': in fyeiiowt stra with a
crown ipf;leaves;and a'Romahce
Cloche," a jitraw hat With r bird
popping ou of a hole in the side.
.. For the beach, tots carl wear
what thn nlripr e-nirmt.1nri called

"rompers," now christened "bead

uags.
;. Look ':,. for lots of. "grown-up"
ROlora.hnt nrln hrlvht rri

shocking pink and ?'faded black,"

snaon, uiapirea. oy oresses oi
Portuguese fishermen's wlve,

Pvl.

Sail To

m Civilian Life

William S. Girard and Candv. hia

Ton.n... Uiil. it-

Suits also get th,ehemfeer,nea toa,y Jor om nd n UB
eatmeBt with; bbiy' Jackets arid ceain dv'hW Uf in America.

treatment with; boxy' Jackets arid
straight skirts. The skirt. a-iv

young ; legs heeded freedom" by

use of inverted pleats or "flared
hemlines, such as the slightly
flounced hem of nn halnplaoa

inspired sack. ,,

But relax. mom. Th

1 ---. V. (t
ice. houffant HrtoiiH -rfi

petticoats are still around.

mow win ine cnemise affect
the total loofcf Watch for em

phasis on anrpssnrlpn onrt tv.

importance of the costume look.

Provide Excitement
"Hats and Vinp will nmtrM.

excitement." said m Tnir

Shoes will have taDered tot

sic of Lecky and'his 8-piece or orchestra.
chestra. orchestra.

Entranpa will h Viv tiVaf niilv

Tickets will go on i.le on Wednet,
j... t- rj. :.

u, jec. ii, ana mayoe return returned
ed returned for refund until' Dec 28, after
which time no refunds Will be
made.

Due to the Isrffp mmhsrhin nt

the club, nemben are restricted

to a maximuirii.of fwo' non-member
guests, .. V,V.,:'lli

(Continued
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on Page 5)

The COUDle went, the laf nf tha

977 passengers to board the U, 000 000-ton
ton 000-ton troop transport.,; Gen,, A. E.
Anderson before the crisw. drew;
up the: gangplank, ;
Candv. a tlnv fienra In i hlirV

suit an perky blaet'hat,' preceded
her olive drab-clad huihanrf fntn

the ship, her eyelids still wet with

tears. .-;

"I'm verv elad I'm tnin

America." she said. "Thank vnn

all very much.JV :
- The departure of the 22-year-old
Illinois :GI ended the much pub publicized
licized publicized Girard affair as far aa

Japan was concerned. And most

Japanese and Americans were
heartily glad that, it :wss over.
Unless Girard. ; comas harlr tn

Japan and runs :a&uf .of the Jsp-

ajieee jw swuniu ine : next lour
vears. Janan can no Inne-er An

anything to him for the man manslaughter
slaughter manslaughter slaying of Mrs. Nska
Sakai on the fimn Wir firlntf

range last January. : ;
After a controversy which was
fought out on both sides of the

Pacific, the" MaebasM district

court found Girard guilty of the
charces aaainst him but susoend-

d a three-yeaf1 sentence- on .con

dition that he atav, on- eood 'behav

ior for four years.

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IT IS CORRECT-

To gerve SCOTCH
to your guests
. 1 a i

- , ..wjio preier scotcn.

as

, ; is filso correct
" to iierve BOURBON

. -wno preier Dournon,
1 DON'T1 BE A "ISO-CHOICE iOST."

Fashion .works WITH you when you wear Skippies.
Bones, Bulk and bind are gone.' Skippies design magio.

uses ligEtest elastic to coaar you into- naturally1 lovelier

lines.

Shown left. Skippies.' Girdle. Shown tight, Skippiea Pantie
Lacy-look front panel and : in White Nylon with Pink em em-satin
satin em-satin elastic back panel to rhreidery. Paneled in root
ahape (irmly, fashionably, and back for smooth alint alint-Comfortably.
Comfortably. alint-Comfortably. ming.Viistband for better fit.
Matching bra, embroidered Matching bra with special ire ire-Nylon
Nylon ire-Nylon with "Cuddle-Stay" inforced scallop designate
feature that keeps your bra ; give support from ihe aides-,
irmly in place; While Nyloa with Pink em-
; broidery.

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Your DEJTILADQRA NACIOIIAL, S. A.
The'WoWacfc'Xmeficaii Whiskey Co.

Factory RepresenUtivea

A. A. Sasso, Cist. Ltda."
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Apartado Postal 63 ; '-
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Telephone 2-2267,

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df irt (o poaieai a watdkof such graoa, V V"' H
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THE SUNDAY. AMERICAN

iJocwi ana,.

. Alter Rosary

,7

'terwiJe

V i -f 'V onlinutil

feeler Hold! 'vy;-.V

ri..lrimi Party ;

v A r.thnlir Oor'.or Look! at

Marriage" will he the suhfeet of

a talk to be given p ur. otw
Petz, post surgeon at Fort Clay-

Ml

ton. at the December meeting of

the Altar-Rcary society. S a e r ed

j-Meart Chapel, Ancon, in the social

P'U, ai t:ju p.m., jnwsaay vee.

12.--fA,'r-'v''j'''':,'''':-,::'

, Doctor Pcti who took his pre
medical studies at the University

T Detroit, Michigan. Is a medi

cal graduate of Wayne Mate Uni University,.
versity,. University,. Micnigan. Members are M M-vitfcd
vitfcd M-vitfcd to bring, guests to this meet meeting,
ing, meeting, and the speaker will answer
written questions mpmitted durmg
the meeting .

' tack eetlee lor laelusioa n !-aeluma
aeluma !-aeluma fceole e b' -"
tWVriHea. ei awileaVae awileaVae-tea
tea awileaVae-tea o irambai IWd 4iW i
cM and Otherwise. ellvee
hate' e the Nofiwi
Mritesfftjij ' 7:
Tit. iwinmher meeting of the

Canal 2fcnjPjfcgocteb
loan Militab' Engineeri will 'be

held Monday .evening, December
at the Tiyrti'Gaest-ttoMsej A fo fo-will
will fo-will be held at l P.m..

followed by dinner at 7 p m. Aft After
er After dinner the Port will he address-

ed by Mr,:jF, ,H Weuer uirecior
nt AnnaraisBi Division." General

Services Administration on the sub

ject "The Engineer in me Ap Appraisal
praisal Appraisal Field."' Sport shirta may
v,o umrn Rpnervations may '-t

secured froitf Colonel Gross, Clay.

ton 3204, tommpiiuei: .-.o.j
S238, or Mr. HoUen. Balboa 2991.
AiitornrAsspV-V
Will Meat Thursday ' ;
The regular 5 month meeting of
the Canal Zone Chapter of the' Air Airborne
borne Airborne Association will be held
Thursday, Dec, 12, at the Ft. Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be NCO Club at 7:30 p.m. .-
Guest speaker wili be M a J o r
Michael-Chester, Commanding
officer of the JWTC, Fort' Sher Sherman.
man. Sherman. Major? Chester is a Master
Jumper who made. five combat
jumps during World War II. His
outstanding combat kecord was
recognized by the award of t h
Combat Infantryman's iBadge' with
star, the Bronze Service Medal
with two oak leaf clusters, a Sil Silver
ver Silver Star, a Purple Heart with oak
leaf cluster i.nd th3 Master Para Parachutist's
chutist's Parachutist's Badge."1
The local airborne chapter was

formed in conjunction with the tn
.trnational Airborne Association,

Tne.. and started in February of.

this year with .Major Olin E.
Smith, S-3 of the Battle Group.
20th InfntryF ?' 'Prudent?
Dressi'fdrthe"' occsaioa iss -infof
mal.
Barbadian Soeiety -The
Barbadian progressive So Society
ciety Society will conyene at their reg regular
ular regular meeting place, -Ceftt VfK
lace Lodge Hall, today M 5:30;
p.m. All membera r being ek ek-ei
ei ek-ei tor attend this most impor important
tant important aessdop.

This will also bv the Altar-Rosary
Society's annua) Christmas
Party. Christmas carols will be
sung and refreshments will be
served. At (his time jtnembers will
brirtg : their gifts for the mentally
retarded .children at Matias Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez Hospital, Panama.
All women in th? community in interested
terested interested in learning more about
Catholic Medical- ethics are cor-

laJly invited to attend the meet-

g and thft Christmas party.

Ho Drugs Effect
h Rearcli Study
' SAN', FRANCISCO. (UP 1 i- New

clues to-the ways in which durgs
effect the- action of the endo endocrine
crine endocrine system have recently been

reoorted by researchers here.

. The ways in which morphine and
aspirinc,. in particular, t igger the
re'ease o' the hormone ACTH by

the pituitary gland have been
studied. (.,,;.

The endocrine elands can no

longer be, considered a self-governing
system con'rdksd bv a master

pituitary gland because the pitui pituitary
tary pituitary must i-eceive impulses from
the brain in order to resnnnd

to either the morpf.ine or the

aspirin drug stimuli..

Experiemtinff with Tats, the re

searchers Med to exolain the
known ability of morphine and of

aspirin to make the Dituitary se secrete
crete secrete more ACTH which in turn
triggers the adrenals in secreting
crotisone.
First the investigators showed
that thesfe drugs depend neither
if the devices normally used bv

the bdy to regulate the pituitary pituitary-adrenal
adrenal pituitary-adrenal axis changes in the a a-drenals'
drenals' a-drenals' manufacture of adrens-

lin or in the lovels of adrenal
Ateroids, solid alcohols, in the
Wood.

Then, the researchers proved
they could stop the Pituitarv-a-

fjrenal effects of aspirin and

morphine by destroying if 'point
io thj .brainy tnowri thB7me thB7me-djan
djan thB7me-djan eminenee; ;

' They concluded that the drugs
action must depend on a transmis transmission
sion transmission signal coming from ome

Coin

Hs 65,000 lierris
. WASHINGTON: (UP) Num'j.
maticians. take hotel The Smith'

sonian Ijistitution'j colection of

coins and paper currency now con contains
tains contains nearly 65,000 speciments.
The coin collection, started In
1793 t the U.S. Mint in Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, includes pieces from all fl flyer
yer flyer the world and of almost ev every
ery every type of metal, from iron-to
platinum. ... ...
- They depict events of history

through the portraits of the men

who made history. In. many cases
the portraits are the only ; ones

avai'aDie anywnere.. v ; ;
Tha oldest coins data back to
about 709 B.C. Minted In Asia
Minor, rhay are called staters
and ara the first coins known,

They are'-inatMrararby of 75

per cent gow ana a per cent su
ver. -' r !; -s'ih

Ptolemy I of Egyj?t, who lived
from' 323-285 B.C was 'the first

person to be pictured on a coifl

Julius Caesar was the first on a

Roman series that continued for

500 years to the end of the Roman
Empirei 1 kw ijA-VM ?

, TM collection als Includes
the widow's mitt and the tri tribute
bute tribute penny mantienad in tna
Bible.

Samples of three monies which

ruled world markets for years

the Venetian ducat, the ita'ian
florin and the ..Spanish doubloon
are also included. '

, Various coins with short-lived
circulation because they never

proved popular also are on display

Among these are the American

half cent, U.S. two. three and

20-cent pieces and the old trade

de'lar.
The collection of paper currency
inc'uded Confederate bills and
those issued immediately before
and after the Revolution.

An unresting display is a pre presentation
sentation presentation of each of the current

bills from $1 to $10,000 in de

nomination. They were prepared

especially ior tne display By the
Bureau of Engraving and have no

(spending value

The United Status has Its awn
claim te fame in the coin world
in several interesting groups
within the collectian.
One is a series of Lincoln me me-da's
da's me-da's and tokens. It was a pri private
vate private collection and is the largest
o' its kind, containing 1,300 pieces.
Another group is compresed of

the pattern coins made at the
United States Mint, beginning in
1792. Many of the designs were
never used but. served onlv ,s

models for the1 turrericy actually

issuea.

Sahici' SetsOut On Joy Bringing Trek;

Xmas Days Tax Old Nick

area m or near the hypothala
l it- i

mu. i (inn oi me orain, cur
rently the subject of much re

Search, it hot fully understood

but it if known to" influence in

voluntary functions as sleep, ap-

peuia, ana ttmperarurg regtua

. Comietely Fabolous!: I
the'. w.-.A I
route. .-.iS-jfi T" C
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7. (UP) Santa Claus set out p p-day
day p-day on his annua, joy bringing
frelc urnund the world. His trip

once more will domonsUraU.tbat

tnnstmas comes several umes
a :year, despite the, old saying, In
Eurnrwt there will be iOUT separate

Cbriatmas r Type observances' be-,

Today,. Santa, was busy. carry carrying
ing carrying cheer across Holland on a
white horse,-and lugging bun-

(ue 0. green twigs arounu vietniau.

His-duties run througn Jan. o,
the day 61 "Old Christmas" in

Spain and Italy. A Jet-propelled

youngster couio reaay cieao nv
oy being in enough bright., places
at tie right time p.

Today is St. Nicholas Dayy7
reugious hoiiosy. ai a sor 01
Christmas preview in- Germany,
Santa AJlaus distrioutes banauts 01

g.een switches and packets of cho

colates ana eanaies ,m remma cnu cnu-dren
dren cnu-dren ttiey must behave it they
want larger rewards a, Christ Christmas
mas Christmas "day.r ''."V'-'":'' '! 7 '""
bwiss children 'get; tha same re
minaers. i:.--;'V
in Bad, Italy, ; tt is a day of
religious commemoraton in trib tribute
ute tribute to tne lust Saint Nicholas, who
is buried there j but the religious
nolioay. and the aaint, really had

no connection with modern Christ

mas ceremonies,
In Holland, nevertheless, this
was the Dig uay. Santa Cus can

tered through the streets of Am

sterdam on an impressive wnite
house. His blackamoor servant,
"Biack Piet," followed with a

bundle of switches.

Dutch children and their par

ents, who started celebrating with

a massive dinner last nigni, ex

changed their presents today. Prac

tical jokers presented their master masterpieces
pieces masterpieces after weeks of planning,
and snook with deep bellied Dutch

laughter as the, recipients un

wrapped- pencils niooen neep in
three loot long Imitation cigarets,
and herrings in canary cages.

Tomorrow Santa taxes a Dream

er. Un Dec. 24, he plunges into

the second round-- Scandinavia.

Austria, Switzerland and Germany

again, where presents are opened

on cnristmas live.
Although aircrait, helicopters

and even Sputniks were being Dres

sed into service ia the rest of the
world Finnish children know he
drives down from Lappland in a

cuny runned sled drawn by
Finland's own reindeer.
The next day. Dee. 25. Santa

makes his rounds of Great Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, Portugal, and France where
he leaves his giflts in wooden
homes in front o the fireplace, or
on thp radiator if fireplaces are

lacKing.

'Britain kaepa on ce'ebrsting Jan. -Thepe'a a last round for
through Dec, 28, which is called the weary old man. to Spain and
"Boxing Day,7- Italy, although in the. latter he
And finally, on "Old Christmas" gets a helping hasd. ;

Gl Loan Program Peters Out;
High Interest Rates Ruinous
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7 (UP) -!tional Association of Real Estate

The Veterans Administration is Boards noted that "activity in the

cuttintf its GI hom loan staff by

25 per cent because high Interest
rates have the 13-year-oid program
on the ropes

Since the program was siarien,
the VA has mada five million loan

guarantees to former erviceman.

but tne program u aying Be Because
cause Because the VA can't guarantee

loan to a former serviceman if

the interest rate is more than 4
1-2 per cent. And nelthes veterans
nor anyone else these days can get
a mortgage at .that rate,
Even 5 14 per cent mortages in insured
sured insured by the Federal Housing Ad Administration
ministration Administration are'unoopular among
lenders in some parts of the coun

try.

With "conventional" mortgages

bearine ud to a 6 per cent rate,

the GI loan is about dead.

VA officials say the moderate

slackening in interest rates' trig triggered
gered triggered by the Federal Reserves

Nov. 14 one-half point drop in its
discount rate to 3 per cent has not

made much difference.
It will take a considerab'e"
change in the money market to
make a 4 1-2" percent rate ef.ect ef.ect-ive,
ive, ef.ect-ive, one source said.

Private reports ano government
statistics bear out the widely-held

conclusion that the GI loan pro

gram ispetering out.

An autumn survey Dy we

VA mortgage market has slowed

to a halt in a mjoruy or areas. areas.-In
In areas.-In October, applications to the
VA for loan guarantee pluged tp
16,231 the lowest level for any
month since January. 1946. Last

January application numbered

31,200 and in an or jjb ine nomin nomin-ly
ly nomin-ly total hit .43,000 or mpre aix
times. '
VA officials point out that appli applications
cations applications in recent .. months few
as they are exaggerate the po popularity
pularity popularity of the program. These re.
ouests reflect tor the most part

contractual commitments made

two and three yean ago.
Several efforts in the last ses session
sion session of Congress to boost the 4 1-2
per cent ceiling died in commit committee.
tee. committee. Observers here see little
chance for passage or such legis legislation
lation legislation next year.

JUST ROUTINE!
1 TOLEDO, Ohio (UP) The state
high Patrol's Sylvania post here
delivered a child for Mrs. Bernard
Nasbaum yesterday when she and
her husband saw they wouldn't
make it to a hospital and drove
into the patrol parking lot. The
patrol dispatcher and two patrol patrolmen
men patrolmen are becoming experienced
midwives. It was their second de delivery
livery delivery in a week.

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IN OBSERVANCE OF MOTHER'S
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Hencd Looms 'Sure Thing'
Against Two Contenders;
Race Betless Exhibition

The Stud Los Siete's speedy native thorough-

7 bred Henco gets an easy plum this afternoon in the
$2,000 added six furlong Panama Mother's Day Clas Classic
sic Classic at the President Remon racetrack.
Henco has only to finish ahead of the vastly in inferior
ferior inferior Sideral and Cuca, only other entries in the
; race, to grab the lion's share of the purse.
Because of the obvious superiority of Henco, the
- track management has made the race a betless ex ex-'
' ex-' hibition.

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Hn

Jockey

Comment

nils race, exclusive for native
' two-year-olds, drew only three
entries when the owners of the

hotter vountrsters fell asleep ana

forgot to enter their charges for

the blue ribbon event.
The race is annually held In
commemoration of the Feast of
.the Immaculate Conception
(which is a holiday in all Cath Catholic
olic Catholic countries and is also cele

brated as Latin America's Moth

er's Day)

Ruben Vasauez should earn

the easiest classic fee of his ca

reer In this race. Alfredo Vas Vasquez
quez Vasquez (no kin to Ruben i will be
nhnnrd sideral which should be

the runneruD and Virgllio Castl

Ho will euide Cuca. a dlsan-

pointinR daughter of Barrntin
and Dotagal.
Henco, a well built chestnut
son of Count Curley-CUianie.
has been unnblp to win a sinrle
race In which the classy native
thoroughbreds owned by the
E'eta brothers hav participat participated.
ed. participated. Estehan and Janina, two
respective all-time local erreats,
hive taken turns wbDpin? Ken-co-.
and even pangola. an older
inferior Eleta owned filly.
hag:piven him a whltroin?. But
htaluts mote than held his own
ajrainst the other natives.
Slcral. a sender son of Tam-eSfi-Swawwr
Coat, is a fractious

f animal that shpws good speed at
j tftfes. He shouw be an easy, sec-
; nd. iVv 1
uca. undoubtedly the worst.

" prtduct of Louis artlni' Cerro
Punta brood farm, Is an over over-;
; over-; sized and sluggish animal. She
i lacks early speed and has no
J finjshing kick. Definitely a lem-
on. All she has to do Is start

and finish today's race to earn
'. $200 almost as much as she
would earn by winning in the
. Class O native group In which

she Is now classified.
I Several hard-to-plck races are
. Included on an otherwise attrae attrae-'
' attrae-' tlve program.
, The St. Mary Stable's Michi-
ripa was In a running mood yes yes-;
; yes-; terday and race from behind to
score going away by two-and-'
one-half lengths in the featur featur-,'
,' featur-,' ed $660 seven furlong lash for
third and fourth series import import-I
I import-I ed thoroughbreds.
Embassy a forward factor,
. held on to outlast strong fln-

: Ishing Germanlo for the place

while early pacesetters Oramu-

la and Hostlgador faded at the
finish and wound up behind
mutuels choice Delta which
earned the short end of the
nurse. Rosier trailed all the way
and never was a factor.
Alejandro Ycaza gave the five-year-old
grey son of Michel-Cas-ta
Diva and excellent ride. The
time for the race was 1:26 1-5.
Braullo Baeza. as usual, was
the winnlnffest rider with two
victories. He scored with mu

tuels favorite Kalalu and with
native throupthbred Esteban
which raced excluded from the

bettine against a field of im
Michlrtpa, one of the few out
ported sixth series horses.

siders to register, paid $14.80 to

win and combined with Embas

sy for a $77.60 one-two ppoff.
The dividends:
DIVIDENDS:
v Flrfr Pace.;.-; e'
1 Les Matelofc $4.40, $M0
2 Cerveceto $3.40
Second Race
1 Coronation Day $13.60, $.20
2 Fenlx $3.60 t.

Irst,IikwbJe5:!$35.80

1st Race, 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400

FIRST RACE OF ?HE DOUBLE
1 Money Maker O. Rivera 112 Weak-Hearted "dog"
2 Rutllante H. Ruiz 108 Form indicates
3 Julio Verne H. Oustlnes 115 Must "Improve first
4 Almlnar A. Reyes 105x Always runs well
5 Socorrlto J. Talavera llOx Returns in fair shape

Odds

Pool closes 1:00

3-2

EVEN

2-1
10-1
4-1

2nd Race. "Special" Imp. 6 Fs. Purse" $650 Pool Closes 1:30

2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Voltage B. Agulrre 108
2 Sliver Heels C. Bovil 105

3 Summer Party Castillo 113

4 Adversario
5 Collfato
6 (I Forget
7 (Blue Zulu

Good early speed 10-1
Good sprinter too 10-J
Unknown, quantity 5-1

J. Avila 115 Has shown nothing 10-1

G. Rivera 113 Long overdue '3-2
B. Baeza 108 Depends on start 1-2
'A. Ycaza 110 Form indicates 1-2

Snider 's Potpourri
And Diverse Sports

3rd Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Fffs. Purse $400

ONE TWO
- "Si
1 Amat G. Montero 110 Could' get up here
2 Dainty Duchess J. Tala. 102x Should be retired
3 Amin Didi B. Aguirre 115 Form indicated
4 Quematodos J. Cadogan 103 Nothing in years
5 Gay Spot A. Vasquez 113 Bad legs hamper

Pool Closes 2:00

2-1

30-1

3-2

50-1

3-2

-"tniM nace .5
1 Kalalu $2.60, $2.20
2 Jlpi-Japa $2.40
One-Two: $4.40
fourth Race
1 pfcSbto $6.00, $3.40
2 Foiietito $4.00
Qulniela: $13.60
Fifth Race
1 Esteban (out of betting)
4r ;'81th Race
1 Cachafaz $6.00, $3.60
2 Princesa Vanidad $3.80
Seventh Rac
1 BatallAn $5.20, $3.20
2 Contralor $3.00
Second Double: $16.40
Eighth Race
1 -Pancho L6pez $5.00, $3.20
2 Bngafioso $4.20
Qulniela: $11.80
Ninth Race
UMlchirlpa $14.80, $9.00
2 Embassy $7.20
One-Two: $77.60
Tenth Race
1 Sculptor $3.20, $2.6(
2 King John $4.00

4th Race. "Snecial" Natives 6 F. Purse $375 Pool Closes 2:30

QUINIELA

1 1 ihnrlo n Affiitrre 108 Rates cood chance 3-2

2 Okiland B. Baeza 103 Jockey may help 4-1
xta sicro t Phillins 105 Wide ODen contest 10-1

4 Golden Bound Hidalgo 108 Knocking at door 3-1

snon Manuel A. Ycaza 112 Has strongest finish 2-1

C. Quiros 102X Not with this rider zu-i
Talavera 102x Showina improvement 5-1

Gonzales 102 Good earlv speed 41

6 Fablonet
7 Stellta J
8 Guacamaya

5th Race, "C, D' Natives 8 Fgs.Purse $425

Pool Closes 3:00

1 portal B. Aguirre 110 Depends on, start
2 Currita V. Castillo 110 Enjoying best form
3 Lady Edna R. Vasquez 115 Seems 'sure Thing"
4Chlto B. Baeza 110 Could be upsetter

3-1

4-1

1-2

2-1

1 Henco
2 Cuca
3 Sideral

ft Purse $2000 Pool Olpses 3:10

MOTHER' DAT CLASSIQ 6 Fgs.

n. Vasauez 115 Bv far the best XXX

V. Castillo 112 Sure to finish last XXX
a vjmrmez 115 Easily next best XXX

. n ar.n m 1 I i A (

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1 Introduction B. Baeza 115 Seems second victory
2 Garramufio- G. Ruiz 103 Could make it now
3 My Friend ;iB. Aguirre 112 Better this time ,.;t
4 Coral 'v "(' G. Rivera 115 Form indicates
5 Picudo A. Reyes 107x Will fight it out

4-1

3-1

5-2
JSVEN
3-2

7th Race. 6th Series Imp. 7 Ffs.Purse $400 7' Pool Closes 4:10

znu tmuB or ins uuudm

1 Blue Sky A Vasques llS .-jfcould ;go all tMIWty-
2 Elko A. Alfaro lu2xLongshot possibility
3 -Dlocesa B, Baeza 115 Should beat thest
4 Distingo A. Reyes 107x Rates fair chanca -j, ;
5 Mezereum 110 Impressive win last
Febrero II J. Cadogan 105 Doesn't seem likeb
7 (Picararo A. Ycaza 115 Beat cheap field

8 (Zumar G. Rivera 115V Apparently overratfc

3-1

10-1

3- 2
4- 1

5-1

15-1

3-1
3-1

8th Race, "E" Natives 7 Fgs. Purs $375
QUINIELA

1 Black Bee
2 Naranjazo
3 Damadura
4 Yosikito
5 Daniel
6 Ocean Star
7 Don Grau

' Pool Closes 1:45

A. Ycaza 115 Last was revealing 5-2
v- C. Rui,113 Could make it here 5-1
T. Talavera 107x Excellent race in last 4-1
A. VasquezllS Usually close up 3-1
V. Castillo 113 Fastest at getaway 5-1
B. Aguirre 108 Not in top from 10-1
R. Vasquez 115 Should make it now 3-2

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9th Race, 5th Series Imp. 8 Fgs.Purse $500
ONE TWO

Pool Closes 5:15-

1 Trlrreme V. Ortega 115
2 Greco H. Ruiz 105
3 Mlnuendo A. Vasquez 115
4 King H. Gustlnes 103
5 Ornamental Star Baeza 115

6 Manandoagua J. Rodri. 112 Could surprise

7 Rory A. Reyes 107x Poor effort in last
8 Mikel B. Aguirre 110 Gets real test here

Distance to liking
Enjoying rare form
Should beat these
Quit badly in last

Good second last time

10-1
5-1
3- 2
8-1
4- 1
5- 1
3-1
5-1

10th Race, "Special" Imp. I Fgs.Purse $1000 ool Closes 5:45

1 Gavilan J Phillips 118 Wide open contest 2-1
2 Town's Wall B. Aguirre 108 Chance in mud only 10-1
3 Bacancito J. Rodrigues' 110 Enjoying good form 2-1
4 Melendea R. Vasquez 115 Distance to liking 2-1
5 Comatose B. Baeza 105 Impressive win last 54

By STEVE SNIDER

NEW YORK, Dec. 7 (UP)

Cnn.l. A II -Aw.-. J.

Yankee shortstop Gil lcDouglad

snrewa on-season Businessman

has gone into the building main

tenance trade with a thing called

tne Yankee floor waxing Co.

Gil, however, is alUa gic. to slick

surfaces. .. .he slipped on

grease spot left by a crushed hot

oog at Yankee stadium one after'

UWU M11U W43 VUL (WU WWK9

' RASSLE R5, TAKE HEED

Thoroughly chastened 'rasslers,

headed by Antomo hocca. move

back to Madison Square Garden

Monday night with strict orders

not to incine any more riots.

Kocca was fined si .000 for a re

cent Garden melee: and Com mis

sioner Julius Hel'f and vowed there
be an end to Such shenanigans
before a customer is maimed or

killed.
i

Pro basketballer Carl Braun
has warned the New York Knicks
he'll quit ;f he's included in the

current trading spree of the

Knicks. ..his dad's furniture hvisi
ness is a-callin'. s

Lightweight boxer Kenny Lane

has given up hot rods because

they're too dangerous. . his han

dlers were mighty pleased but
not'foj long. .' .he, has taken up
skin-diving.

Time flies department: Everett

Deacon Scott, one time Yankee
shortstop who held the club's en

durance record just before Lou

Gehrig moved in. has a grandson

pjaymg basketball on a high

school team at Fort Wayne, Idn.

sugar Kay Kobhison. who has

done a pretty fair job of speak

ing for himself, recently hired a
public relations man. . at this
late stage; the reason isn't quite

iAI Jamison: Colgate's great foot

ball end, was injured a good part

of the season and apparently de decided
cided decided he hadn't contributed quite

enough to the old school cause. .
so, for' the first time since his

high school days, he's out to

make a basketball varsity. . Ja-

mison is 6-4 and loaded with
ent. .
' RICE V.S. SERVICE

tal-

Rice plays both Armv and Navv

in football ;h 1958. ,. .Navy, how

ever, will be on Jan. 1 in the Cot

ton, Bowl and Army the. following
fall when (he Cadets move into

the Southwest for the first time

on next Nov. 8.

This may or may not be an

"inside job" but Rone Greene of

Paterson, N.J., has been elected

"Mifis Boxing Queen of 1957".

her pop is : Abe Greene, commis

sioner of the National Boxing As

sociation.

Gene Woodling of the Cleveland

inaians, formerly a Yankee, has

dog named ''Yankee" t h a t's

causing slight embarrassment.

"He won't answer tc any other

name now, said Gene, "and any

way, whoever heard at a doe

namea Vyieveianav"

(aria Vieja Yanks

Play Cerveza Balboa
JodayAI 3:30 P.M.

The Carta Vieja Yankees and
Cerveza Balboa baseball teams
meet for the second time this
season, at the Olympic Sta Stadium
dium Stadium at 3:30 this afternoon
The Yanks edged the Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men 2-1 last Tuesday nhrht

behind Jerry Davie who twirl twirled
ed twirled a two-hitter. Carlos Thome

was the victim of two unearn

ed runs.
Today's game had been ori originally
ginally originally scheduled for 8 p.m.,
but the starting time was
changed so as not to conflict

with the 126-pound champion championship
ship championship bout between Sammy Me Medina
dina Medina and Jesus Santamarla at
the National Gym tonight.

' Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

NO NjCHTMARE Most goalies wake up at night after j
dreaming of moments such as this, but pucks don't worry Roy
Edwards of the Fort Wayne Komets. Edwards has been tha t
International Hockey League's surprise1 goalie.' this season. 1

Clash In Feather

Tille Boul Tonight

veteran Sammy Medina, a

winner of his last three bouts,
fights unbeaten Jesus Santama

rla tonight for the Interim

featherweight championship at
the National Gym.
Panama's actual champion Is
Isldro Martinez, who has failed

to defend his crown for over a
year because of commitments in
the U.S.

Santamarla has racked
nine straight victories.

Racetrack Tips

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By CONRADO

1 Julio Verne Money Maker

2 Blue Zulu (e)

3 Gay Spot

4 Don Manuel

5 Lady Edna

6 Coral
7 Diocese
8 Don Gran

9 Minuende
10 Bacancito

Colifato

Amin Didi
Liboria

Chito
Picudo
.Blue Sky
Yosikito
Ornamental Star
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; ift SiroDAir,'' DECEMBER 8, 'lMytZiiSjx. ) :--'':.
Irader Lane Indicates ; W

SYORUP)-i''TT a d e
r-.i. t ,kn 'tn1" Minnie

Franlr r jne. who "stole" Minnie

lAinoso from the Cleveland Indians
seven years ago, nas now returned
the .Cuban hustler to the Tribe in

a ideal that indicate new eye
land, pattern
it there can, he art over-empna'

sisVoir pitchip tltB Indians ad
it iiofi aeveral seasons witiutneir,
4,hig4 four,",, but I in lane's; first
trad sincf. he fitted on Nov. 12
froitKitenerar.Knanager, of the St.
Louir Cardinal? to a, "similar iost
wift ;,e'eveUndth;e hinted loudly
hit desire for a better balance be-:

twwvpitching and fast; ;aggresr

lhW firit eatTC-ane ; sent iuV
lyfAvynttJeveiandV r t efji n'

rignt-nanaeriOvtne cnicago nunc
So alone with outfielder Al Smith.

' And e .Indians got; Minoso and.

utiflt! jntteior rea; wawjeia,

y,r tsra, ft'aamanqs..

'i

Wy?ih"is approaching.; Mlnoso

a yersaiue : periormer. wno, can

play iwcu at almost any. post in
the 'outfield or infield-is 35,,., And
Minnie: is the type of player most

wanted oy DOtn.Lane ana tne In Indians
dians Indians new field manager,' Bobby

Braean fist and aggressive, x

TheXioje, Minoso-wl-be the
spark, Jtqr a Jive, Jnistijng club that

can--jatract' tans .to ,ueveianas
hugeMimcipal; Stadium where
2,600,000' watched games in 1948-
but nly.' 70,000, last' season. Of
course, winning games,also will
help1 attract' the customers..,
That'4hfr' Lane'itechnique. He
makefc -defils that boost his clubs
at tbfttrtrn,stiles as well as In the
standings; Franl -gained the repu repu-tation;
tation; repu-tation; asan' astute trader while
serving 'as general manager of the
White- Sox, from near the end' of
1948 to the close of 1955. And he
boosted the Chisox froir a second second--
- second-- division, outfit ,to a contender. -In
St. Eouis, he.inoved ,tbe. Car-
place to second last season.
( I.anp hpcamp f!Ijvlanri'i ppnor.

ial manager on Nov. 12, to suc succeed
ceed succeed Hank Greenberg. Greenberg
Was at that post in early 1951
;when Lane (of the Whits Sox) got
.(Minoso from the Indians in a
1 ) -three-club deal that sent pitcher
Lou Brissie and outfielder Paul

Lner 1 1 the ndiant? Neither
Brissie y nor Lehner; ;i;set any
marshes on fire. : ',; .: .''" ;
.. Jekof-AII-Trades
T ,But;Minoso stocky muscular
and lightning' fastbecame, a star
afield and did very, well t- bat

although he-. is not a iong-ballhit-teriHe;
played, third' base, first
base, hort. stop .and -the outfield.
Hisaggresslvenesi at the plate-i

has crowding and attempts to steal
a portion of the; plate from the
hurlcr, got him' knocked down
many times,- butlt'.also made him
difficult Jo pitch; ioii.
; Minnie v hadf I lifetime ; in a jor
league batting: average' of .307 at

tha .start of the 1957 season; -dur

ing which he hrt wOS, although he
hit only 12 home rung in :'57, he
driKresin 103. rung..?'"' .t.W

I Cleveland., certainlv' could 4iave

maue buuu use gi HUiuau uunug

the seven seasons He 1 played at

Chicago, .Minnie's prowess in -1

pressed baseball men with the fact
Gree,nberg-4 doubtlesa t made1 the
worst deal bf his iCtfreer when he

let Minoso go" Jn,,'5J, and iane
doubt'ess made a genuine David

Hatum triumph..;,,,

Along The, Fairways

panama golf club
. Ladies section

tA1 successful -Ringer tournament

withr "S handicap was held during
the months of-Octoher and No November
vember November by-the ladies of Panama.

There were 10 entrants. and I

rene ttobinson won low gross

with 62. Sylva Carpenter had low

nei wun oa.

,. The girls must lwve -been bo

thered by the rain as the ceheral

run oi -scores were higher than
usual. Both Irene and Sylva have

not been, playing their usual fine

games out managed to cet a

needed par or birdie most rounds
they played.

Charlotte Hunter and Mary
Biggs tied tor second low net with
64.
The girls had some excellent
matche$4n4he, PunloR' tournament
and are' now1' cohcsiitraiing on the
King's Hansom troph:es.

& Stream

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THI DRIVER WHO

DIDN'T RUN AWAY
By JOE STETSON
' D09 Editor

IT WAS a foggy morning, visl

bility was poor. A vouna collie

female, choosing this time to run

across a ousy concrete highway,
left a youthful driver no chance

to avoid her. He stood his" car al

most literally,, on, end, but she

was somehow tumbled about yun

der the car before it could be

brought to a stop. .y

When. I saw them; he was squat-

tine in Dewiiaered fashion a ana.

side her, not knowing quite what
to do, since he had beep told not
to touch injured animals for fear

of incurring lurther injury.

She was wearing a red stud studded
ded studded collar, but there was no tag

or otner taentuicatlon. A passer-

Dy toia us wnere the owner lived
and I went to report the accident
to him and get his help in Con

veying ner to a veterinarian. -Before
moving the collie, "we

weni over ner carefully, watch

ing for the slightest evidence of
pain, which she would indicate
by her expression, since she was,

not, in a state of shock. Mean

while, we held the dog's head
gently, to avoid a defensive snap

uiai nugni oe mggerea y a sua
den twinge of pain.

We found her right foreleg
broken, but there seemed to be
no damage otherwise, except the
obvious abrasions from the con contact.
tact. contact. Slipping four hands under

ner. While one held her broken

leg steady and another held her

gently, in the owner s station, wa-

gon..: ( .Vi -.- r

ihe owner, notably, showed no

resentment award the driver, ve very
ry very logically vrealizina' that any

iaun was ms own.

But in my book-is an Indelible

impression of a young lad, a typ-

picai moaern American youth,
who had not run from his respon responsibility.
sibility. responsibility. ... :

Mutuels Don't

Take It All

HALLANDALE. Fla. (NEA)

At the yearling sales of, 1955,. J.
L. Younghusband of Barrington,
111., entered the ring with a pock pocket
et pocket full of money.

When the fast youngster Dad

been led past the auctioneer,
Younghusband had invested a rec record
ord record $302,500 for a record 27 colts
and -fillies.

The Valley View Farm, nom-de-

course of Younghusband, has just

reached Gulf stream Park, vbutj a
glimpse dowiw ;4t 6ste;7of 5 15
horses finds hvim any; of 'those

bahies bought two years ago, win

such optimism. 1
Take a look, at his five top pur-
Now Never, a sm ot Nboif-ta-dy-Requesf
; osti $36,000,4 and fail failed
ed failed to win-a dime.-',..'- '.,
Roman Caesar, hy Roman-Miss
Tartan, commanded $24,000, Zero.
- AJla-Shan brought $20,500. The
son of Shannon 2nd failed to notch
his first dollar. VmvC''
Gembala, a son of Royal Gem
2nd, cost $20,000," won $2,180.
Sorty Girl, daughler t of Olym Olym-pia
pia Olym-pia Miss Porter, was eagerly
sought at $17,500. She hasn't earn earned
ed earned the price of a single oat.
This expensive quintet set Young Younghusband
husband Younghusband back $118,000, earned $2, $2,-180.
180. $2,-180. Younghusband finds it far better
to purchase an older horse or" ac acquire
quire acquire him through the claim box.

innesota, N.C. State Score!

Victories

1; t.

Thrilling

VICTORS -- Winners of the Inter-Base Volleyball Tournament, conducted at tha Balboa
YMCA-USO, are the Fort Kobbe warriors, wno" copped the championship by downing the team
from C Battery.' ?04tl" AAA Battalion, Fort Clay ton in the finals Tuesday night (Deo; 3). The
Fort Kobbe (quad took the match hi two straight games', 15-6 and 18-14. Left to right kneel-
- Ing are: Daniel Hepa, Lawrence Sizar, Federlco Laporga, Wallace Walea and Alberto Rilloms.
Left to right standing: LeRoy Pukahl, Amos Na one. 'Yukio Tamayoshi,; Isamu Kiyan, Francis
Camora, Vicente Poscue and Ralph plena; (U.S Army photo)

By FRANK LITSKY
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Basketball Players irom Minne

sota- wore red faces and those

from North Carolina state wore
red body bruises today but each
team had a victory to, soothe its

ills.

Minnesota nosed out' Iowa State,

67-66. Thursday night at Mmneap

olis although Iowa State's Lyle
Frahm and John Crawford contin

ually stole the ball from the be

wildereck Gophers. North Caro'ina

State whipped Wake Forest, 62-51,

at Winston taiem, N.c., in a game
marked by hot tempers and brutal

backboard Dumping in the second

half.

A full-court press helped Iowa

State tie Minnesota In the second
haL before sophomore guard Mar Mario
io Mario Miller went to work. Miller
scored 13 points in the half and
IB' for 'the i' night to keep it safe

for Minnesota. Frahm scored 21

for. Iowa State.

I,' Hard Fought 0 me

.orth';'Varol,na State's tight
zone, 49 pet cent shooting" average
and backboatd control provided its
victory jh the "iirst game of the
Atlantic Coast Conference season,
although Wake Forest fought
mightily for the rehounds. There
were' several 1 spills uhder the
boards, and- Dave Budd of Wake

forest was almost Kayoed when
he hit the floor head first. Bob

MacGilhvray led the North Caro

lina-State scorers with 20 points.

Mississippi" State broke its own

;?:
scoring record by oouwing the opf
position's score in a 114-57 victory
over Howard College of Alab4ma(
Six-foot-seven Bailey Howell, -who
ied the nation in field goal aecu
racy as a sophomore last year,
scored 28 points. ; f
Othar Major Gamas
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St. John's' breezed bv Rnahoka.

86-62. Richmond won a 72-62 South Southern
ern Southern Conference game from Vir

ginia Teen, ruisa took the lead
or fiood with- 3:45 to en tn heat

New Mexico AaM, 62-56. Houston
made the most of its superior
height to overrun Texas Aland

01 YB-SO. .-.

In other leading Barnes, r.enrpi.

Tech beat Alabama, 73-62;. Ne Nebraska
braska Nebraska won irbm Wvomintf rruw-

and Princeton struggled to. aSa
triumph qver,J.afayette

In the top game toniehf. IHehl.

gan State, the Big, Ten pre-sessoa
favorite, visits thfl- University' of
Detroit. Michigaa .State ... was
ranked sixth nationally: in he pre preseason
season preseason ratings, of the United Press

Doara of coaches. 1 Other games:
Rice Oklahoma City, Duke-Clem
son, Marquette Missouri, Cincini'
nati Indiana State, Pittsburgh Pittsburgh-Furman,
Furman, Pittsburgh-Furman, Haverford-Navy, Texas
Christian McMurry, : Louisiana
State Louisiana College and Col-gate-Bucknell.
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SCORE AT NIGHT
UNIVERSITY. Miss. (UP)-

Mississippi should have done all
its football playing at night this

season. The Rebs -scored 157

points 10 i Dealing Trinity, Ken

tucky. Vanderbilt. Tulane and

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SHAPNEL'S furnished homee, en
beach. Phone Thonnson, Balboa
1772.
POSTER'S Cottages and Larga
Jeach Houta. One mila part the
ailna. Phona Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeaanaldt Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 10 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
M877. Cristobal S-U73.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Fumithao' room for
bachelor or lady. Argentina Ava.
Na,' 75 Apartment 2. Beside 55
Street Cangrejo.
Princess Aisha
Joins Father
-In Washington
RABAT, Morocco Dec. 7 (UP)
Princess Aisha. a leader of the
movement tc emancipate women
in the Arab world, and her three
royal sisters will arrive in the
United States Sunday to join their
father, visiting King Mohammed V
of Morocco, it was announced last
night.
Crown Prince Moulay Hassan
said his four sisters would leave
tomorrow by plane for New York
;"to allow Moropcan women to par participate
ticipate participate in the honors reserved to
his majesty."
AROUND
A Spanish language columnist
this week lamented the fact that
the absence of a municipal ceme cemetery
tery cemetery on the Atlantic side has cus cus-ed
ed cus-ed no small degree of inconveni
ence to Colonites especially on
n i i
ounaays ana or nouaays.
,In order to eleminate the incon
venie'nee occasioned by the 40-
hour work week of the U.S. ope
rated Mount Hope cemetery, it is
our view that the Panama Govern
ment or the Colon Municipality
should make some decided effort
towards building a place of burial
on the "Gold Coast."
Mother's Day will be celebrated
officially today, when children in
predominantly catholic Panama
will make their First Commu Communion.
nion. Communion. This date is one of the most
important religious observances
here.
F$r the past several days the
Instituto National Post office
branch suffered damge as a re result
sult result of collision between two vehi vehicles.
cles. vehicles. Up to yesterday, repairs, to
damaged post boxes had not be begun.
gun. begun. How sad...
We really hope postal officials
get on the ball, pronto.
His Excellency Archbishop Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Beckmen, declared this
week, that the church had nothing
to do with the masses being said
by individuals for the enlightment
of the jury in the Remon murder
case, and that this was the pre pre-vilege
vilege pre-vilege of the faithful to have mass masses
es masses said if they so desired.
Radio commentator newsman
Daye Constable and his high
command, the former Lynette To
blison, celebrated their second
weddin anniversary yesterday.
Many Happy Returns!
Lloyd Stamp Jr., three-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stamp
of the capital last Thursday obr
served his birthday as did Miss
Casandra Porter who was on the
receiving end on Tuesday.
Grin and Boar It. A queer cha
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'The Most Talked.About Gift Store
On The Uihmui"
COLON

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Juat built
modara tarnished apartment. I,
2 bodrooBW. hot. cold wetor.
Phona Panama 1-491.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with extra larga living and
dining room, terraces, modern
cloiets, maid's quartan, hot wat
ar, all tcreannad in "Nuevo
Cimpo "Alcgro". close to 50th
rtrect. Phone 3-3273, Panama.
FOR RENT: Elegant luxurious
apartments, modern construction,
all convenience!, residential sec sector,
tor, sector, two bedroom, sliding glass
doors, elevator service. Must be
seen to be appreciated. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices. Tell. 3-1 107
FOR RENT: On Automobile
Row, modern 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with hot water $72.50.
Tel. 2-3233,
FOR RENT: On Automobile
Row modern apartment with hot
water. $50.00. Tel 2-3233.
FOR RENT: In "Riqui" build building,
ing, building, Ave. Jose Fco. de la Ossa,
modern apartment, two bedroom,
living, diningtoom, kitchen,
bathroom, balcony, closets, hot
water, $72.50. Tel 2-3233 Yoh Yoh-ros
ros Yoh-ros house.
FOR RENT: Apartment for ent,
modern, 3 rooms. Carrasquilla
462-B.
FOR RENT: 2 and 3 rooms
apartments, convenient for mili military
tary military personal, near Ancon Post
Office. Phone 2-5774.
TO WW
racter, who never failed to have
clashes with the law, was seen
walking' one evening in a restrict restricted
ed restricted area.
Stopped by a policemen, who
asked him what are you doing
here, he replied 'walking of course.'
"What is your name," the cop cop-pet
pet cop-pet asked "George," he said..
Noting the cynical manner in
which, he was answered the of officer
ficer officer retorted, "when you are ad addressing
dressing addressing me, say 'sir.' To which
the character replied, "well, then
my name is Sir George."
Thevght for Today: If a man
takes no thought about what is
distant, he, will find sorrow near
at hand.
United Fund
At $126,572,
94l Of Goal
The Canal Zone United Fund
reached over $126,500 this week
end In its advance toward its to
tal goal of $134,000 for the 1957
campaign.
This amount brought the fund
to within 94.5 percent of the
goal and fund officials said
there was still money coming in
from keymen and special gifts
that will be recorded by tne
campaign headquarters next
week.
For this reason the fun plans
to keep the central office at the
Balboa Clubhouse open lor at
least another week.
One special gift came from an
unexpected source Friday eve
ning fund officials said, when
Lucho Azcarraga contributed the
entire proceeds of his Com unto s
advance payment for a musical
engagement at the Governor's
reception for the President of
the Republic of Panama, which
was deferred to a later date.
Optimistic about the trend of
contributions that have been
swelling the fund since the end
tf fa 3$
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VAN-DEB-JI8 8 Rtraot Na n FAKMAfIA FX BATI'RRO ., Lafavra

tba Balla VUta Theatre. O COLON)
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1957 Fiat, 1100,
four door sedan, 2700 miles.
$1295 cash. Phona Quarry
Heights 2278 quarters 18.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Fairlane
"500" Victoria, two door, hard
top, automatic transmission,
transmission power steering,
radio, padded dash, wsw,' two"
tone, like new. $2300.00. Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 7242.
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick Special
convertible. Excellent condition
$500.00. Call 82-4.144 or 82 82-5203
5203 82-5203 after 4:00.,.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
wagon. Excellent condition $350
eown. Phone Navy 3519.
FOR SALE: 1948 Cadillac 2 dr.
Hy Drive, good condition. Phona
Balboa 3315.
FOR SALE: 1952 Willy's Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, 2 door, radio, overdrive,,
spoked hub caps, good condition,
call 3369 U. S. Naval Radio
Station, Farfan, Cocoli 2396-D.
After 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1954 Deluxe Pon Pon-tiac
tiac Pon-tiac 6 pass. Sta. Wagon, wradio,
heater and hydro transmission.
Excellent condition and new tires.
Call Panama 01 -Las Cumbres
2280.
FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiac,
chiertain, 4, door sedan, wradio,
in excellent condition. Parqua
Lefevre 8 street, house No. 13.
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, radio, 6 ply tires, new bat battery,
tery, battery, muffler' and tailpipe. Me Mechanically
chanically Mechanically perfect, $250.00. Ad Adding
ding Adding machine, typewriter, record
player,. 2 radios, 500 poket
book?, good condition. All talk talking
ing talking Hill-Mynahs, world's best
tanking birds S75.00 a pair. Kit Kit-foxes.'
foxes.' Kit-foxes.' live snakes, 'animals and
snakes skins, After 4:30 week
day. All day Saturday and Sun Sunday
day Sunday 885 Morgan PI. Phona Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3169.
FOR SALE: 1 953 Buick Super
2-door hard top, Dynaflow, tim timer)
er) timer) qls rrdio. heater. $900.00.
-obal 2889.
YASHICA
"AIRES"
Cameras
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM XIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Mfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama f-0552
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour jtor
$190.00
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
of the six-week official cam
palgn period which closed a
week ago. Philip L. Steers, cam campaign
paign campaign chairman, said that "with
out a aouDt it was the greatest
public response to a community
fund raising drive ever held lo locally."
cally." locally." v
"The public can take pride in
the fact that the first Canal
Zone United Fund drive was a
complete sucoess," Steers said,
"since by their generous res response,
ponse, response, not onl can every one of
the 18 participating agencies
carry out their important work
here with sufficient funds for
next- year, but also by their
mandate, the canal Zone United
Fund, Inc., will be continue as
the established combined, fund
raising organization In the years
to come."
The breakdown of contribu contribution
tion contribution received bv the United
Fund ag of yesterday were:
U. S. Army Caribbean $33,359.35
Caribbean Air Com Command
mand Command 8,001.03
Fifteenth Naval Dis
trict 8,353.52
Panama Canal Co
C 7.. novt. 58 414.7S

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a lller n.u CASA ZALDO Central Ave. M LOURDKS PHARMACY

a) HOUkRHOIJ) KXCHANUR-J r a.
niiUHKnniJ) KXCHANOR-J fa 4a
Central Avenue IfclW Tel. 431
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE; By great popular
demand Lum's sale extended
until 15th December. 30 off.
Ave. Nacionaf (Auto Row).
FOR SALE: 24" bicycle; small
piano; blackboard with stand;
other items. 2308-B. Lai Cruces
Balboa. !.'
FOR SALE: Golf dubs, bag
plus 5 irons and three woods.
Good condition $15.00. Call' 6 6-474.
474. 6-474. i
FOR SALE: Slightly u s d
"Hohner" accordion, 32 basses,
excellent Xmas gift. Phone 3 3-0410
0410 3-0410 or 3-1259.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until f3:30
a.m., December 13, 1957, in Hie
office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, for foundry ma material;
terial; material; suction and radiator hose;
engine, tool and valve parts. For
further information and copy of
Invitation No. S-57-383 contact
office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, telephone 2-1086.
Heiress Receives
Bitter Birthdfay
Gift From Father
EDINBURGH' Scotland, Dec. 7
,UP) Tessa Kennedy's father to
day appealed to a Scottish court
to forbid her niarriage to playboy
Dominic Elwes in a bitter birth birthday
day birthday present for the runaway heir heiress
ess heiress Geoffrey F. Kennedy asked Edin Edinburgh's
burgh's Edinburgh's Court of Sessions for an
injunction restraining his daughter
from marrying.
It was Tessa's 20th birthday, but
neither she nor her father- met.
He was in London and she was
hiding in a hotel where she and
Elwes have been staying since they
fled to Scotland Nov. 27.
Kennedy's lawyer told the court
an injunction against the marriage
had been issued in England's high
court. He asked for similar a'ction
bv the Scottish court because Scot-'
land has its own legal system and
the English order was not binding
here.
The court reserved decision until
Monday.
Tessa's parents, who are di divorced,
vorced, divorced, never have revealed their
objections to her marriage to
Elwes, son at we painter &imon
Elwes and nce an escort of Prin
cess Margaret.
1 Via Espafia
Tel. 3-0383
APPLIANCE
BARGAINS
"AMANA" Freezer Refriger
ator combination. 14 cubic
foot upright. Special brand
new introductory offer.
- Regular $875.00
Value fo $650.00
AMANA" Bulitrin Freezer
6.6 cubic foot. Can be placed
with or around your kitchen
cabinets or in any suitable
installation, coppertone fin finish.
ish. finish. New Introductory offer.
Regular $595.00
Value for $399.00
"DEEPFREEZE" Chest type
freezer 9.3 cubic feet, special
brand new introductory of offer.
fer. offer. Regular (438.00
Value for $325.00
Used LEONARD" Electric
Range Apartment size. Four
burners. Very little use.. Per Perfect
fect Perfect condition. v-
Originally.... (225.00
Now. . .$90.00
"MASTER -GRANDE- Small
washing machine ideal, for
diapers, handkerchiefs, chil
dren clothing. etC4 never
used but shopworn,
OrlginaDy ; .'. SII
Nov. . .$25.00
! Via Espafia

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Real Estate ;
- FOR SALE: Fully v furnished
cottage. For vacation or retire retirement.
ment. retirement. Be your own landlord, 200
yards' from Gorgona ; Beach.
Phone Balboa 4474. "ri
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Women con be closslfied OS
blondes, bninets, redheads and
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DR. ALVIN G. FORAKER will arrive from Jacksonville,
Florida on Tuesday. He has been invited to visit Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital and to discuss the research program on cancer which
.s being conducted at the Baptist Memorial Hospital of
Jacksonville, Florida.
Dr. Foraker received his M. D. from the University of Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, was a member of the pathology department at Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Hospital of Cancer and Allied Diseases in New York,
did research for the National Institutes of Health, the Amer American
ican American pancer Society and the Medical College at Cornell. He
is a former Associate of Pathology at Emory university
School of Medicine and the University of Texas postgraduate
School of Medicine.
Dr. Foraker's subject for discussion before the Gorgas staff,
as well as for the other military and civilian physicians of the
Canal Zone and Panama, will be Newer Advances in cancer
Cytology.

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t'AKMACIA COM
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Peruvian leather,
topped tables. 2 and tables $ 1 5,
each. I coffee table $25;. 1 So-
fa-bed $25. 1502-A Gavilan
Read. Tel. 2-1291.
FOR SALE: -Kenmore automatic
washer. Phone Albrook 2134 No,
332 A.
FOR SALE: -Mahogany bed-,
room set $75.00. I Mr. fir Mrs.
dresstr, double bed with 4 Inch
foam rubSer mattress and springs
0257 A Gamboa.
FOR SALE; 0no Frigldaire auto automatic
matic automatic washer in. very good con condition.
dition. condition. Telephone Albrook 2201.

SUM ALSO RISES

Pre Re!eased Tomorrow at the BELLA

Competent clerk stenographer
English (150 apply Scout Office
Diablo or call Panama 2-5432.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 1' CRISTOBAL, CX
i5W
WANTEDFour door Sedan or
station wagon 1956 or I9.c7.
Call Mr. Stress Colon Tel. $71
during office hours
WANTED: Vacation quarters
for a young military couple with without
out without children, to start no later
than 18 Jan 58.. Please call SP3
Herman, Ft. Clayton 87-7174.

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into large bowl. Add Iruit and
nuts. Make frosting accoring to
package directions. Add of
frosting lo cake-fruit-nut mixture.
Stir with spoon or toss -together
with hands until mixture is
blended together. Psek mixture
to well-greased individual gelatin
molds. Cover with oil. Steam 30
minutes. Let stand 5 minutes be before
fore before removing from molds. To re remove
move remove pudding, tap mold lightly a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst table surface so pudding
will slide out on serving plate.
Serve warm, topped with hard
sauce.' v
Hard Sacue

THE fragrance of fruit filled
Christmas pudding steaming in
your own need not mean hours of
hard work;' We've discovered, I a
no-bake, quick-to-prepare fruit-
Perfected by home ecohomists In
Minneapolis, the mystery of this
easy fruitcake-is:, a. cake made
from a mix, then crumbled, com combined
bined combined with fruit and nuts and held
together with a fluffy white frost frostingalso
ingalso frostingalso aatkaged mix. The mix mixture
ture mixture is then packed into molds
and steamed only 30 minutes.

Stoamed Fruit Pudding
One package honey spice cake
mix, 2 cups candied mixed fruit,
V cup each red and green cher cher-r
r cher-r i e s, cup seedless raisins,
cup dates, cut up; 2 cups .pecan
halves, 1 package fluffy white
frosting mix. V
Bake honey spice cake mix, in
two 8-inch layers as directed on
package. Cool. Crumble layer

One-half cup butter 1 strick), 1
cup sifted confectioners' sugar, 1
egg white, unbeaten; teaspoon
vanilla or 1 tablespoon brandy.
Cream butter until soft. Gradual Gradually
ly Gradually blend in sugar Beat in egg
white. Add vanilla or brandy.

Lchill before serving.

'-Mote: frost, second layer with,
rest of frosting.

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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
FIVE weeks before Nina G.'s
15th birthday her parents offered
in oivp her a party.

Shp accented deliehtedly. But

several days later when her moth moth-Vkid
Vkid moth-Vkid for her euest list, she

VJd she hadn't had time to think

about it. The nexr aiternoon,
pressed again for the. list, she
suddenly turned on her mother.
Flushing, Nina cried, "Do you

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BY ALICE HART
The housewife who feels she
can neglect her tooks because
her immediate audience is "just
her family" is mistaken. Her hus husband
band husband and her children are the
most important people in her life
and how she looks to them each

day should make a difference to
' her. But other people sea-her, too,
and judge her by her appearance.
Her friends. Members..df orga

nizations to which she belongs.

Trades people. Many women, re
fer to themselves as "just house

wives" and seem to think that
this renders them invisible. Ac

tually, the way they look. ia every
bit -as impomnt. as the ; appear appearance
ance appearance of a career, woman. The
career woman has no choice; she

must be careful about nep ap appearance
pearance appearance on .every single work

ing day. In tne same way, a
housewife should have ?the tight
wardrobe for -her needfc and 'keep'
it in repair. She should use light
make up and1 iwwr commit
that major crime of going to the
supermarket with ber hait in pin
curls. She should lake eare of skin,
mails and hair lalthtiilly.i 'The re

wards? Her Own feeling of self

respect plus the compliments x)f

lamily and mends. .; r -:;

TEEN AGERS iholfld learn,
while they're BUH. in their teens,
the importance of regular beauty

babita. Fidlmg, around witlt' dif

ferent shades of naii polish lip-

suck and with new hairdos Is line
.and fun, too. But underneath .tba
fun, there should he an understand understanding
ing understanding that the teed years do not last
forever and that this Is the very
best time In which to form sound
beauty habits.. This means that
you get a reasonable amount of

rest each night, that yon eat the
right foods and take your vitamins,
that you keep hair and skis scru

pulously clean, that you team to

apply make up witn skin ratner
than by the pound. If means learn learning
ing learning the "Value Jrf regular exercise.
It means, in .short, the start. of
turning into a responsible human

being who. will one .day. be wife.

her anq probably career wo

rn the bargain.,.,. v. r -,.

ARE your closet filled -with
clothes you never wear? If they.

think I-want kids I don't know
well, to see that old carpet in the
upstairs nail? Do qou think I
want them to discover I haven't
got a bathroom of my own? 1
have some pride. Goodness, Moth Mother,
er, Mother, you're dense sometimes!"
Mrs. G. was so hurt she didn't
answer. Later, after telling- her

nusDana tne party was off, she

said, "Harry, couid we turn Ni

na's clothes closet into a bath
room for her? So many young
people nowadays have their own

bathrooms."

THOUGH Mr. G. doesn't want
to rebuild his house, he promised

to take tms suggestion seriously.

inis aoes not seem too mteiii
gent to me.

Nina's attack on her one-bath

room nome is simply a new va variation
riation variation of general adoleseent dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction with what we can

give them.

We cannot remove 4t. The truth
is, we shouldn't want to. satisfy

uie aaoiescem:cnuct &er is v pre preparing
paring preparing to iJeave' us 'and find sat satisfactions
isfactions satisfactions in what people other

than his parents can give him. It
is part of -this preparation to find

fault with everything we've got

trom our politics to the arrange
ments of our second floor.

wnen we unoertaike to add a

bathroom to please Nina, we un

dertake a basically hopeless task.

rrum mis pomi on, sne s not go going
ing going to be wholly content with a a-ny
ny a-ny thing we can give her.

SO the way to deal with her

complaints is to remind her of

this reality and; say,t."We're sor

ry we can't aiford to give you a
private bathroom Someday-you'll
have a home of your own that
may give yod one."
Thei adolescentf complains of
what we give him hecause he is
a hatching creature. When a but butterfly
terfly butterfly starts tearing at the chrysa chrysalis
lis chrysalis that has sheltered it, we don't
fell obliged to patch up the
cracks in the' shelh shelh-.
. shelh-. We just let it peck and tear as
part of its struggled toward adult
existence, (-.;;-Tr

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PETE JOHNSON adjusts her painting "Blue Mangoes" in her home in Balboa Heights. A smaller version of this scene hangs
in Marshall-Fields Gallery in Chicago, J
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arer it's time for a house clean cleaning.
ing. cleaning. Clothe that do not enhance
yodr ...look "are usually clothes
thaf stay on the har.gers- ? Don't
let them fool you. Into thinking you
have, l ; large wardrobe.; Get rid
of them. Give them to s someone
can use them. And profit by' your
mistakes. If you Teaby can't wear
green don't ,he tempted into, buy buy-in
in buy-in g a green dress the'- next time
you go shopping' just because it's

on saie.

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By JEAN BAILEY

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Interior deslrner Ellen Lehman McCluslcey puts finijhlnjr'
touches to a floral display for the tea table. Modern laee elotl 't
rives old-fashioned promise of hospiUlity. Its Baroness pst-"1
tern is emphasised by an undercloth of navy blue.

,. BY KAY SHERWOOD
. NEA Staff Writer
Rediscover Uii pleasant .socia .sociability
bility .sociability of aiternoon lea as a means
ot entertaining graciously, easily
anu inexpensively
With Uie influx of holiday visi
tois anticipated, a tea party is a
delightful way to introduce a
siraager to jour circle oi mends,
li s onen simpier to arrange a
tea than a luncneon or uinner
party, when you entertain your
club or commeitee, the friendly
atmospnere wnicri aunounas a
prettily set. tea table makes a, re relaxing
laxing relaxing conclusion to the meeting.
Although there are ditiereut
ways to set a tea table,.. they have
much in tommon. Nametiy, the
table shouct be a pleajurw..to look
at ana aSianged forinidoth and
convenient 'Service. Tea should be
hot and properly made and the
food light and not highly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Unless the party is quite large
and iormai. you, as th"; "hostess,
preside at the Table "and" it's not
necessary to oiler other bever beverages
ages beverages in addition to tea.

says Pete

"Parents seem to be more interested In their children's education than they were a decade ago,

Johnson, sjth-grade teacher at Balboa Elementary School.
Pete Is in a good position to judge since she returned to school teaching a year and a half ago, after a hiatus
often years. 7 ... ... ,iu
She came down to the Canal Zone to teach in 1934, after graduating from the Un.vers.ty of Mmnesota. When
she married Zonian Bob Johnson in 1941, she automatically left her job, since married teachers were not accept acceptable
able acceptable to the Canal Zone Schools system In those days. She took two private pupils In the early days of World War
II, the Vanderbilt twins, Ann and Elsie, who were here when their father was stationed with, the fifteenth. Naval
District. ' .., 'A..
After that she worked for a while with the United States Embassy in the passport section until gas rationing
made even the short trip into Panama an impossibility, so she went to work for Police Headquarters .n the Canal
ZOnWhen the war ended, she decided not to work any more, : and she revelled In her ole as a homemaker.
In no time at all, she had built up a reputation as the Zone's "hostess with the mostest," and her beautifully de decorated
corated decorated home became a Mecca for interesting people of the Isthmus.

During this period, she found
that she had time to further her
hohbv of nainting. and she has

developed it until it has taken on

the status of a career. Studying
with teachers both here and in

the States (she has attended the
Minneapolis School ol Art. Kansas
School of Art and spent this sum

mer studying at Colombia craau craau-ate,
ate, craau-ate, School of Art) she has achiev achieved
ed achieved a style that is striking and ex

tremely satisfying tq the viewer.

Her Daintmgs have sold -widely

and she has sold several at the

famous Marshall Field uaiiery

in Chicago. At present her "Blue

Mangoes," whkh won first prize

in a recent canal zone Art league

show, is hanging there.
Pete's Daintincs drew such in

terest that some of her friends
suggested that she start classes,

and the old urge to snare ner

knowledge stirred her to hold
painting classes. -.

Her adult pupils found that 'she

had the same enthusiasm for teacn

ing that makes her. I favorite

wan the twelve year-olds, wnen

ever they would come .to ."- their

Carport Class" rete -wouia nave

read a new book on modern art

or would have fresh print to-show

them. She worked with them with

patience and honesty, u c

"Most people- are more artistic

than they think," she told tne.

"Some of my friends tell me they

know nothing about art,- but the
very-, clothes- they wear and the

color harmony tney use m tneir

homes, shows that tney . under

stand the fundamentals. even

thought they may not recognize

them, at such.".

ior Hieh School." she exolained

"So it's such an important year."
The only time she finds her pa

tience wearing tnin rs wnen sne
is dealing with a child who has
enormous capabilities and i s

lazy. Yet such children are her

greatest challenge.

"If you can just get a child like

that started, "she says, "it may
mean the difference between a
brilliant man and a wastrel later

on. Besides it is sucn a terrioie

wfistc
And' here is the clue to Pete's

nature. Talented herself, she is
always looking for the" spark in
others, and she hates to see it lie

dormant.

She finds that parents are most

eager to do anything to help their
children's education. Home libra libraries
ries libraries are bigger, and her pupils
bring in all kinds of Interesting
reading material and ask ques questions
tions questions that show they are engaged
m stimulating conversations ,at
home.
"f)n' of the most important

thing in achild's education is for
him to have a place to work at

Home," says Pete. "Jf-.ne can

have a corner to ao to every even

ing and find his books 'where he

left them, and know that his w

where he is expected 10 wor,ne

has a much better chance to lorm

good study habits than the young

ster whn moves trom uie amning

'room table to the kitchen table

pecia

During her busy and creative

life, Pete has found time, to do

more than her share ot com muni

ty work.' She has worked for the
Red Cross, it ': past president
of the Pen Women, snd was head

of the Girl Scout organization here

for five years. At present both

she and Bob spend great deal

of their liesure .time working on

sets for the Theater Guild, of

which they are enthusiastic mem-

Ders. - if i .-f

Of her work with her 6th crad

ers, Pete says it is the most sa-j

bsfying she as ever done.
"It is Just before they enter Jun-

(reawi, (jeiatin

mU J4Jr BnitL fU

, : The Voblem W' dry," brittle nails

that split it a common one. juosi
women are uncertain what to

do about iU0

" There are twovmethods of com-

bstine the problem. Ued together.

they are most effective. The first

IS Daily Use OI a luoncaung tic am
created especially foe this pur purpose.
pose. purpose. This nad cream is massaged
onto the skin at the, base bf the
nail, using a rotary motion. Best
time to" do this it just before you

retire at night i

1 Back' this nti with an envelope

of lain gelatin a day. You stir
the gelatin, into a. glass of water

and drink it down, xouu nonce

an Improvement amnin a monui.

The reason for this i sthat gela

tin is very nearly all protein and
is beneficial to hair, akin and

nail.! This is not 4 new beauty
secret but it is a sound one.,

- Cream and Eelatin together

working from outside. and .inside,
will get rid of those splitting nails

in short order. But you must made

use of bo?B flauy ana;" yen

4,

This girl b using a lubricating
cream created especially far
dry, brittle and splitting nails.
She snassares it into skiav at
base f the Malta.

must'' not slump in youp beauty

program.

ieach nieht."

According to rete, tne canai
Zone Schools did not suffer the

swing of the pendulum towards
"progressive" education, which
has now been found lacking. Em Emphasis
phasis Emphasis on fundamentals of read-
.. ... t : I i

Dig, wriuiig aim ariiiimei.ii: uave
always played a large part in tiie

elementary teacning nere ano

they still do.

Her main interest in teaching is
to. bring out the special ability in

each child, and to show them all

how wide and wonderful the world

is. -"And
it Is," says. Pete smiling

as she looks out att he blue birds

flying above the red gmger lilies

in the enchanting garden she and!

bod have mane togetner as one
more expression of a life dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated to beauty.

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TO OFFEK SPECIFIC sugges suggestions,
tions, suggestions, I asked .Kllea Lehman MC'
Ciuskey.the noted interidr de
signer, to.'set" a tei ttbla ftir us

AUs; McCluskey, in audition to
her busy career, leads an active
social' life and tea parties are
regular events at her home. She

has worked out her own-iormula
which, she says,- adapts s easily

to tour guests as to 40.

If as a onde you received a
silver tea service, by all means

polish it up and use it. But if

not, don t hesitate to use ohter
types of tauiewaro: china,, glass
or earthenware are appropriate.
Just make sure table, miens and
serving plates harmonize with

the service.
For her setting. Mrs. McClus

key uses a small, round dining

table. Although her cioth looks

like an heirloom lace, it's, a mod

ern, quakerlfcce adaptation of an

old hand made design and is at

nome with traditional china and
silver.

TO ALLOW FOft the deep over overhang
hang overhang of the cloth to show off the
pattern, she selects a 90 inch
cloth for a 60-incb table. Adding
contemporary, interest to the set

ting is the undercloth. Undercloths

not be sealed at the table. In the

case of our miuel ta'ole, red. and..

white uowers were used in a .,taU-,
arrangement placed oil one -side,,
of the service.
At None end of the table is the"
tea tray. Usually this is most cpftc1,
venient if placed near the Kitchen
door. jtMan the tray so that guests

receive their filled cup at your.,
left. On the tray go tne teapot?

a pot ot Doiiing, not water, or,
muse wno pretev weak tea, sugaiv
creamer, a plate of lemon siicei,
with fork, a waste bowl. 4 r

THE TRAY IS NO'I covered by
a cloth. Cups and., saucers with

teaspoons in place parallel to the

handles are arranged Within easy,
reach to the left and in front iof

the tray: Most authorities ad;

against stacking cups and saucers.
If the party is large, additional
cups and saucers are brought as
heeded from the kitchen or plac placed
ed placed on a serving table to right
of the hostess. v.
Opposite the tea ; tray, MrsMw,
Cluskey places a -stack oi tem templates.
plates. templates. Next to those go mediuitos
size serving platters holding thinf.
small sandwiches anri bite size'
cakes. On most occasions, these
accompaniments' can be eati-j

wnu me j.mgci. luai eiitninarey,
the need for forks.1' 1 ;ff
As the guest circles the taVlc':
she picks up a plate first, then.
tid bit, then a napkin. Napkins
are golded :n triangles and P'aceT
one on top of the other.
Another wasy fs' to stack pfates"
with a folded napkin between eab.
plate so that the guest picks tin
both at the same time.

LAST STOP is made where the,
hostess is seated. She asks.. how
the-guest hkes 'her tea and pouri.!
her a cup. It's a good idea ; to
provide some space where guests
can place used plates and cops,.
This might be a cleared bufeC
a serving table or small tables,
plaied near chairs.

can hi made or bought in manv

colors; under a white lace clothl cakes can ulso be made or PUT;

a, navy uuc uiiuci V'VIU lllMACa I luaaca Aiicau ui kinic.

good background.

An undercloth can cover just
the table top or be sized to fall
to the hem of the lace, but in the

latter, case, you must make sure
the undercloth doesn't show be

low the hem.

Tea party tables lend them

selves to dramatic floral arrange

ments. You don't htve to keep

ess ot a tea party is that prep preparations
arations preparations can be made in advance.
Thin sandwiches can be made'
in the morning and kept fresh,
wrapped in waxed paper or 'fdLL.

Plain bread-and-butter is ade adequate.
quate. adequate. For 'something different!
. I j ..i.!

you migni iry a spieau maae WW
chopped watercress moistened
with mayonnaise or cream cheese..

Tiny cookies and fancy ktfle

YOUR COOKBOOK will tell you
how to brew the tea from .teJ
leaves -and boiling water. If you
are going to serve more cups ,of
tea at one time than your pot will
hold, make additional tea in a
fresh pot. t
An attempt to add new leaves,
to the old ones is somewhat 'Jess?

them low because the guests will than satisfactory.

Between manicures keep your
cuticles pushed, back as part of
the handwashing routine. Rmse

hands in lukewarm water and

push back cuticles as you dry the

handl thoroughly.

A woman may do her nail bit

ing in private but she can't s i t

on her. hands in public to hide

the result. Try popng a mint in into
to into the mouth when the urge to

bite a nail comes. Or seek a doc

tor's advice on calming nerves

that may he behind this habit.

Stubby hands can be pretty,

tooIt all depends on how

woman uses them and cares for

them. Hand exercises make

bands more supple, thus adding

to their beauty. A good manicure

avoids the ragged- look of broken

nails and rough cuticle. A woman

who. learns to use her hands over

comes any qualms she may have

about, their, size or shape.
A hO'sewife will find colorless

nail polish more practical since
she is .faced With many Jobs that
are hard m na ft polish. Colored
polish rs for when she-steps out

to a special dinner, Card party or

dance. This way she doesnt an

noy ber husband with chipped nau

polish during the week. i

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, 1956 by Helen Reilly.
by HELEN REILLY
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' THE STORY: Sarah and Tom Gillespie visit the home

bccupied la$t year by Grant Melville, the painter believed

to have been murdered. While they are mere, rvtiss v-ry-stabel
Dolwin enters and examines some paintings, includ

ing a

ng a mutilated canvas.

XVIII

LIEUTENANT CARNEY might

have been made of wood for all

the reaction he showed.
"You last saw this man Den

riprt. on Friday nieht. making for

a Boston train. When you drove

up here to your aunt's house on
Saturday vou had no idea that

know that he was coming to Corn

wall."
She said gently. "Neither Mr

Gillespie nor I had the slightest
notion of where Mr. Dennert was

bound for."

"And Mr. Gillespie did you
know when he left your Friday

nieht that he was coming to Com
wall

She explained that Tom had

come at Mrs. Melville's sugges suggestion,
tion, suggestion, made ater on Friday night,
after she ind Tom had parted.
Mrs. Melville had suggested that
the cottage tp here in the hills
where Grant Melville had done a
lot of painting migh! be a good
starting place for the biography
he had a number of friends
here.
Sarah had a flash of Tom peer peering
ing peering through the window of the
pink room in the dusk, bent for forward
ward forward in a crouching attitude. .

She said that they met outside on
the terrace, that Tom had walked
down over the hil's in the direc direction
tion direction of the village and taken a
shortcut through the grounds.
"Mr. Gillespie was surprised to
see you, Miss Casement, and you
were surprised to see him?"
There she could answer whole

heartedly. Tom had been as stun stunned'
ned' stunned' as she was.
It occurred to her at that point
that she didn't know where in the
house Dennert had been killed, or
how. She asked.
Lieutenant Carnry said, "We
think he was killed here in this
. living room, over there on the
hearth in front of the fireplace."
He exdained that there were
traces of what wojld proabably
turn out to be blood in cracks be between
tween between the bricks.
Most of it had been wined ud
but a residue remained. Dennert
had been struck repeatedly with
a heavy weapon, such as a piece
of iron piping or it cluh of some
sort, and his head bashed in.
They didn't know exactly when
the attack had taken place. Den
" nert had left the bus at the state
road about 12:40.
Dennert must have come into
r the stone house at around five

., minutes after one. He hadn't
gone past Carlotta and Steven's
; or Mr. Sproul's; Carlota and
'.. Sproul were both working around
outside and neither of them had
seen him. That meant that Den-

, nert could have been killed at

ny time between a little after one
o'clock and shortly before 4:30,
when -.Sarah arrived. The body
had been.rolled ir the striped
blanket an --carried up to the
end chamber for removal later,
after dark, -nd tbe place cleaned
up. The killer hadn't quite finish finished
ed finished his work when Carlotta and
Sarah came in, and had made his
escape through .the front door.
That night Dennert's body had
heen thrown into the deepest part

of the pond from; boaty

THERE was a sound of voices

outside and Tom walked in. He

was bewildered, at sea. He ignor

ed Lieutenant -arney and crossed
to Sarah, one hand thrust into a
pocket, the other rumpling his
hair. "What's all this about Den

nert's being the corpse and a
hat?"

Sarah told him.
Tom threw himself into a chair.

and stared at her. "Out of the

frying pan, into the lire you aid

jump with a veogetnee. Denner.'

Sarah was glad sne naa toia

the whole truth about New York

and what had happened there,
because Tom proceeded to do so
at once.

You were surprised to 'find

Miss Casement here, Mr. Gules-

pie?"
Tom said, "I was, surprised
and delighted." Between them
they figured out that he had
driven along Rano Road past the
stone house on his way to Mel Melville's
ville's Melville's cottage in tho hills close

to the, time Dennert had come
down the road" and into the
house. Tom said he must just

have missed him.

For all his mildness the Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant had a way of saying "I

see,"; that was annoying. He was
called to the phone again then;
he closed the door behind him

when he went, and left tham a-

lone.
Tom came over to Sarah's

chair. "You didn't mention Chan-

ning to the police?"
He spoke in a low voice. Sarah
had to think for a moment who
Channing was of course, his
uncle, Channing Hall. She shook
her head and he looked relieved.

- Carney said, and he sounded
tired, "Just this. The plane you

took is a small job that takes 10
passengers. There were only-fiv

coming over irom Boston on Sat

urday morning, and Joseph Den

nert was one of them.

It was no surprise they Weren't

going to be able to leave Corn
wall then and there.

THE lieutenant came hark. His
amiability had faced. "Let's go
back a little. The last you saw

Dennert was last Friday night
when he was going through the

gates at Grand Central to board

Boston train

Tom nodded.
The lieutenant said, "Well, all

I can say is that that's very
strange."
"Strange?" Tom remained ca casual.
sual. casual. "I don't get you. Lieutenant,

a-what's strange about it?"

XIX

IT didn't make any difference
how the Manhattan Homicide

Squad, state, county and city of

New York, was shifted arouhd.

split up, recategorized. When men
spoke of the Inspector in the
tone: the lieutenant had used
they meant one man. That man

was Christopher MCKee, tormer

ly the head of 'the entire Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan Homicide Souad until it

wass undivided.. S

The tall Scotsman had been

out of New York wherf Grant

Melville was killed. In his review
of back Work the report On the
dead painter came across his desk.
He read it idly at first, then
with interest, plucked out the
essentials, and sent for the first-

grade detective, Brownell, who
toueht that the girl, Sarah Case

ment might have had something.

Grant Melville s h.story had been

rounded out. He had spent

month painting at a cottage he

owned in Cronwall prior to his

return to New York, and hrs
death. The Scotsman had known

Carney for some years, and they

had worked together on a case

ud there. He called him.

McKee and Carney talked for
some time. Half an hour later

McKee was with Grant Melville's
widow in the Melville house on

Tenth. St.

"It was that woman," she cried
through her tears, "that nasty

woman, that broomstick... She

hated me, hated Grant because
he married me. She was always

trying to get him back, she ne
ver gave Up..."

"That woman, that broonm-

stick," was Grant Melville's first

wife, the present Mrs. Satterlee

She couldn't bear that horrid

little house up on the Cape, or

those people they were all Reds,

they hated anyone who had mo

ney or lived decently, were sick

with envy.

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YES oh yes, the satterlles were

the worst, far the worst, they
were always talking about social

lustice, on other peoples cash.
They'd sing a different tune if
they had anything themselves.

She had gone up there a couple
of times when she was first mar

ried, and a couple of-visits were

more than enough. She told Grant

then that if he wanted to paint
there he would have to go by
himself....

She had never previously seen
any of the people who had an answered
swered answered her advertisement; she
only remembered the man named
Dennert because he claimed to
have know Grant personally,
and because he was so utterly
impossible for such a charge.. The
man to whom she had. entrust entrusted
ed entrusted it was charming, a Mr.
Gillesoie... He was a real author.

he had written a splendid novel,

had given her a copy... The title

was "The Golden Spoon" and the

author's name was Dawson Mi

chaels.
"He is," Mm. Melville said, "Mr.
Gillespie is Dawson Michaels it
is a what do you tall it?" She

fumbled with pseudonym, came

up with pen name.
When McKee had dredged up
what little else the widow ac actually
tually actually had, he left her and
mounted to the studio where men
from Headquarters had preceded
him, Dalligan the photographer,
and Finley from fingerprints.

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WEEKEND!
1:09, 3:08, 5:07, 7:06, 9:05 p.m.
SHOULD THERE BE
FORGIVENESS FOR A
WIFE WHO STRAYS?

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DARRYL r. ZANUCK PETER VltKTa

An

. Story By
JARRY CAYLI JR.
- US' Army Photo

"Who could oaint the effects of

ugnt through those transparent

sheets of water. .the glass of an

immense aquarium. .the vivaoi

ty of their movements and .the

beauty of their forms. i,. .sthese

animals, alive and at liberty, in

their natural element."

these words are from Jul i

verne s "Twenty Thousand
Leagues Under The Sea.", In that
classic, he predicted the future nf

me auomaruie ana unKnowingly
predicted the future of the smrl

of skin diving.

WltA the Pacific and the AHan-

tice only a stone's 'throw frnm

each other, Panama offers' an ex excellent
cellent excellent and varied olaverounH ir

the dedicated cult of skin divers
and a lot of military personnel
stationed in the Canal Zone are

UKing advantage of it. :.

bkm diving enthusiast bet

banded together three years ago

iu iurm me ranama Skin Diving
Club. At the present 'ime it has
grown to 34 members, and 70 per
cent of them are military, -Eaeh
Sunday members don their

una, masKs, snorKies and tanks,
and slide into Neptune's kingdom

aiuieu wun spear guns, knives

cameras ana a genuine ove of

ine sea.

inis reporter and a photogra

pner jomea a party on a recent
excursion, Special arrangement?

wcie juaue uirougn special SerV'
ices and the USARCARIR Tran.

portatioh Office for the use of an

rmy vib ior tne tay, and
large group embarkvd.

Ane tirst scheduled nlade for

diving was a large rock of an is-

iana wun an age-eaten tunnel

uuuugu me miaaie of it.

inis island, south of Taboga.

nas many underwater caves that
attract plenty of fish. Enthusiasm
mounted as the divers entered the

water in pairs.
Divers work on the ftiiririv vc

lem, each one looking after the

omer, ior skin divine is nnf

sport for people who get frighten-

eu in me patntuD. as an added

precaution each diver is e ven a

number and is checked out of and

inio me Doat.

The skin divers shoot nnlv r1I

Die tish. They don't kill fish for
the pleasure of killing. Some of
the divers had only underwater
cameras for that' whpr thoir

noDDy nes.

When all the divers were rhppW.

ea in and their catches proudly
displayed, we proceeded to a reef
off the island of Otoque.
Here, I went in and found that
the views were every bit as fan fantastic
tastic fantastic and beautiful as Jules
Verne described so many years
before.

In spite of nearly drowning

wnue trying to tear off a piece
of orange coral, I found it a re rewarding
warding rewarding experience. I didn't get
the coral.
Everybody clambered aboard a a-gain
gain a-gain and we cruised around the
islands looking for more clear
water.
We found Some of the island of

cona ana the eager divers were
over again. After this dive t h e
club called it a day and started
back to Balboa.
The Panama Skin Diving Club
formerly had its headquarters at

me i ranama Hilton, but mov moved
ed moved to the Balboa YMCA in

A I. : m m m

oi mis year. memDers go out each
Sunday, usually in chartered boats.

r-acn new memDer as voted in
by the entire club, which prefers
that aspiring members have some
previous experience in the sport.
However, beginning in January,
the Baiboa YMCA will conduct a
course in skin diving both in the
Y pool and the ocean.
This course is open only to mil military
itary military personnel.
The club is also starting a pro program
gram program to improve tis own divers,
Officers in the club are: presi president,
dent, president, William Scofield, program di director
rector director at the UMCA: vice-president,
S-Sgt Alvin Reynolds. Al Al-w.olL
w.olL Al-w.olL A.FP: ecretary, Yeoman
Michael Stanley, I5th Naval Dis

trict; treasurer, M-Sgt. Willard

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'f "'in -iKinm-j-nwl-r Ifif-nini m i ., ii.n.ll,niI i Sl'ul Mt K Hi ll ml

ALL IN A DAY'S WORK Club members proudly display so me of the fish speared during the- day. Included hTthe catch
were grouper red salmon and, pompano. , ;y fM. 'mui

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.

, a:. r

"'I

CATCH Set. Willard Reese

displays a red salmon he spread

off one of the islands visited dur

ing the Sunday outing of the Pa

nama Skin Diving Club.
Reese, Corozal and trip manager,
Sfc. Fred Clark, Fort Kobbe.

Club members have made dives

around the San Bias and the
Pearl Islands. They hope to have

a future excursion to the north northern
ern northern section of the Isthmus.

M-G-M's Scorching ThriHerl

IteSEVEIITII
steering
Jea AUMONT

Finlev did Cet some nrintc

the trap door at the top of the
stis, through which' the onnnr.

Iltunistic thief had coma and gone
'empty -. handed on the night
of the day Melville was kelled.

Iirne studio itself bore out the
story of the Casement girl had
told. The canvas was still on the
IaseL It was a half finished
j landscape.
McKee picked it up and car-
I ried it to the window. The paint
oo it, half inch e tr 1 t k in
places, was hard and bone dry.
II Grant Melville had been dead a
little more than four weeks the
canvas he held hadn't been touch-1
ed for at, least six months. Pig
ment that thick took a- long i

wmie tv urj oui. inis was not
tha canvas MeJviUe nid been
working on just before bit death.

(TO 81 CONTINVfD
NIXT WIIKj.

Last Day!
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REFILLING TANKS Using a compressor, Sp 3. Willlani H. Harper, U.S. Army Signal service'
and. 8p3 Billy E. Travis, U. S. Army Garrison; Fort aayton;:Ifll an air tank for the next dive.

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MiillliHiilliinr-nir-n, Ti., I I lie I fc.... j -v J tKSTjW f

OATR THE SIDE i Skin divert adjust their
wearing air i&rJu, dthexj axa using, inorkelav..

pear in' preparation for their dives. Borne

Tha tanks are heavy and cumbersome out of



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V; t
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fill

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3

I CUPPOSE on his trip around the
p world Santa visits all the well -J
known places hidden to the Sol; y
- lowing sentences. Where all Wil)
" he have been ?
I Four of. the places are cities,
- one is 'a state. Names of places ,'
.it Are formed by. joining certain ad-
joining words or parts of woffl
f ; I. Grandpa risks his neck every
tlme he shaves. ; .:
' 2. Let us hope we will have
5 nice weather for our trip.
, 3. If you say rum Is sour, I'll
r say you could be mistaken. -;
"4. The importer receives a
quantity of myrrh from Europe,
to.'- 5. Many persons never sail less
they get seasick, to "to :
' "" ' wniM.
J" A "9 woa J Unessnfg (ftt
jo) DaA X "V l uwnf
Judge of a Tree?

'Xi.

TbisAcmjUpto But One Man

Sock Feature

COUNT

DONT you wish
you lived near
this forest? Tou
eouldhave
tHiristmaS every
day ly Just tak taking
ing taking aawalk in the
woods. How many
of the presents in'
the picture can
you list within
two minutes?
There are four
teen gifts in all.
Tou may wish to
have a race with
someone to see
who ean find
them fastest

UP THE GIFTS I

-jiiv.;.v.-

HOW ojaickly. can you add and subtract letters In
the rebus" above' to name an occupation that
generally figures in everything at Xmas. t
nd nrj tnid x tmntn,on nid jo nd ay iojmoj,
,EASY-TQ-PLAY TUTE

Pito this piano
, k e y b o ar d
drawing up and
stand It on your
piano; Play only
the real keys that
they represent
..Sing the words
fas you playj ;

Christ 'mat- fret,
B B B
your branch-et!
;Ff -A Q
, Christ mat tree.

B

D, E, r 6 A B C DJE

Sis:

rTff

Dir Old Girls

l 'MIS dear little fellow jshoultyi't IF THB height of this tree, from

!; nearly as- tan as he Is. To Tnoor to tip or star, is the same

in v feet as
tall Is It?

it Is in inches, how"!

cut him down to proper size, fold'
dotted line A to meet dotted line

l and dotted line O 4b 'meet t v 1 wtj-ne
dotted line D. i paM no

Color him. and have some fun
showing friends how to make him
grow taller and shorter.

O -Christ mas tree, O.
;' I Hew ': .lov. iy are
A B d .--i
O CArist -mas : tree. O

G.-.. O A'' B B

flour "ioie iy are your branch-est
B, A B 0 Ff A Q
In sum mer or toin-ter snout,
D-2 D-2 B E-8 O-S -1 D-2 O O
v 1 'ireaeot green you at-uay$ show,
... "C p -A ''!- C Q -.B'-- B," ;
O 5 CArtet -"ntoe free, O Christ tds tree,
D-i a a a a b b b
. flow loe Itf are our branct-ee
B A B O Ff A 0

WTJATS MISSING FROM SCENE?

Word Charade

Behold the wondrous Christmas'
tree
Vn at Santa brought for yoa ana

. micome, let us in f$ see 5 f
rear- The gifts let for &1X theiamtiy.
' WTor Dayuk a drum and a rockitijf--
"'(.- .C.rf 'lo'-sf,,- .jr;v
, j,-. box of ctandy, fooj o eourse. r
''t--' piM-Wn's Santa fulfilled tnof Acr7
V": J wisAe A S'

kU f I 6if-&3' f

At4 fUii Ae tnde fce
more. ; v
si The asterisks stand for the let
v-.tcrs of tftWejiinissLng words." T ,'

j J.

Weighing Matter 'I

TTOXXwere to .jim-r ma oldS
fashioned balancing 'scale to

.weigh out Christmaa candy, you'd
flhd any whole number of poimde

"between one Jand fofrty 'could :be

WeighecTtrsint Just f oir 'different
v bklancing' weights. Whaf four ?

op pino t)i8ta purtod iAas-j-

Jto0' ; t?;V2 -. '.-21
- T ' to to 1 ;3 Ema C. KS KAH

XHERE'9 a Christraasy scene i.i
':'the drawing above, but pari.,
of it .seems to be missing. To're
store the miS3ing portion, tahe-v
peacil and draw a continuous' lin-,'
from dot 1 to dot 22. w

This Is aTohy'Ttityy Picture-

Watch That Fifth Wheel Here
I FA two-wheeled means of locomotion is a bicycle,
. V and a three-wheeled means of locomotion vja a
tricycle, what, would you call' a five-wheeled one?

A NOVEL outdoor decoration
idea Which home handicrafts handicraftsmen
men handicraftsmen may Wish to consider is a
Christmas Stocking hung from
the chimney. .Hardboard or ply

wood is suggested for the stock stocking
ing stocking body.. Ornamentation (see il illustration'
lustration' illustration' above) Is left to the
individual's imagination.
Naturally, wood or plywood
will require weatherp roofing of
Some kind.. to,
A spotlight played on the orna ornament
ment ornament from Hie lawn below will
invite attention at night
Tree Trickups

Need some
more orna ornaments
ments ornaments for your
tree? Paper
chains and cones
are easy to make
and are ideal for
fllllng.ln bare
spots, covering Up
missing branches,
eta.
Materials need needed:
ed: needed: Either Christ Christmas
mas Christmas wrapping
paper (not tis tissue),
sue), tissue), or solid-colored
construction
paper7. Paste or
' cellophane tape.

1. To make a
paper chain: Cut strips of paper S
Inches long by -utth wide. Fas Fasten
ten Fasten the ends of one strip together,
making a circle. Slip a eecond
strip through the circle. Fasten
ends again. Continue until you
have a good-size chain. (Alumi (Aluminum
num (Aluminum foil and metolllo wrapping
.paper of various colors can be
substituted for paper for a multi multicolored
colored multicolored chain that Will reflect
light)
2. To make cones: Cut paper
into a 4 by 5-ineh rectangle. Roll
Iflto shape of cone. Fasten .at
bottom with cellophane tape. In Insert
sert Insert a short piece of string at top

for hanging purposes,

S" INCB Christmas is a time
when reminiscences are In or order,
der, order, let us reflect on some "dear
old girls" of song. How many of
the following can you identify?1
Some of these represent song
titles; others lines from the songs
themselves. A girl's name is miss missing
ing missing from each, of course.
X. the Moocher.
i. Oh, what a pal was
3. Oh! It's good-bye
, 4. I dream of with he
light brown hair. ;?
5, Sweet -- Brown.
6. Sweet my .'
T.i go a mule and her name
. Good night r. good night
9; When you and I were
young
10. of Washington Square.
W H t Tf 'i
-eT. 1S400'J 'juwwf f 'vmr
wri -ijit i iwmi -i !"
Ring the Bell Test
HANG a ben front the ceiling
on a fed ribbon or eord.
Blindfold contestants. In ea$
one's turn, start him out from
a corner of the room by spin spinning
ning spinning him three times and then
letting him go:' Object is to find
and -ring the bell, which is not as
easy as it may seenv-

QUICK WITH A BUCK?

HOLDING onto
money isn't
easy, of course. If
you want proof,
try this:
Have someone
clasp the end of
a crisp new dollar
bill between
thumb and fore forefinger
finger forefinger (see illus illustration
tration illustration at left),
while you poise
thumb and fore forefinger
finger forefinger on opposite
sldeS not quite
touching
slightly under underneath
neath underneath the bill.
Instruct the
person holding
the bill to release
it without warn

ing, i, Keen reflexes are required to catch the bill
upon its release. Holding the fingers closer to the
bottom of the bill makes it easier to grasp.
If a crisp bill is not available, substitute a playing
eard or stiff piece of paper.
" Can You" Juggle the Letters?
CAN you recast the letters la this sentence to form
a well known proverb?
I DARE NOT ADMIT FAINT WOMEN
The proverb has seven words. It is pertinent at
this time" of year,
. train em Mf pn ptn emu ijvjmt

SYMBOL IDEA FOR PARTY FUN

SHOWN at right
are six eartooh
Charades, eaeh
r e p r e s e n t ing
Something associ-.
ated with Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. One, for la-'
stance, symbolizes
Candy (can D).
See if you can
recognise the
others. r;
For an amisiag'
holiday pastime,
attach a number
of such cartoon"
Charades to
Christmas t r e :
ornaments.
If you wish, use
the charades

given at right Color these, cut
them out and fasten them to the
Sides of ordinary round orna ornaments
ments ornaments with cellophane tape.
When guests become -usurious,
pose the challenge, stated above.
To whet their Interest announce
a prise for most correct answers.
Creative persons .will wish to
make up some of their own, of
course,. Those. who are not adept'
at drawing, may substitute paper

Cones may be filled with pop? cut-outs from magazines, comics,

corn, candy, small figurines, etc, etc w-

and used for party favon or
prizes, tbo.

An Xmas Message in Code
AN OLD English saying suggests that something
you may eat at Christmas dinner can be a por por-.
. por-. tent of what's ahead of you.
Here is the saying presented as a substitution
cryptogram for you to solve:
MR KMLZ KGLAB OQBR
MR ZNV SMRSB MS

K.M L Z
D G J J

AFQGRSKMR

N L S

:JMpa)M nt3 eiog
tm 'fappn uinjd oit)ta

F M O O Z

Z

R N
F R

N V F M U B.

, Aq noX in tqiaota ddvq Xmtn ee

ennifiio 1 t)iv) nX d oajin jtireui y imiaj

!

Sara" dr" A v

V A CfMLiitJCIffG

ii i i Hi

Its Your Move

samm

By upenf Shefler

A RUST

- alone:

Emm MoKcan
with 'the idea,

T li-ho tleMeo Jacob and sau?
XHeb. 11:20) i-,
T-Father Cush (Gen. 10:8) to
B-jeminlneanie. :y,"j.

t n-f-imp-ugater.

lo-i-Msciuine .name. ... v.-

" 18-Nautical command. s :
V 17-4-British stronghold. -to ;
12 lS--Properly a title of a court of
fleer (2 XL 18:17)
2(H-Upper 'cieramen (abbr.) ,H
VZ 21--Son of Eshek jU Chr. 8:39r "v
f--23-l-Mother.
JJf-244-Prior ta"f to- .iV
2. 23 What king' refused to allow
5?-, ; 1 i Israel passage through his bor bor-5
5 bor-5 1 der? Num. 20:?1) -.. y-26-4-Deceiver,
"j' :
2S4-Tetrarch at Ituraea T.ul H

"31 Arizona rtver (poss.)
- 32 Son of UI1 n Chr. liZto r

'y 33 What place did King Azafiah,
build? (2 KL 14:22) v
7T 34 Hawaiian garland.. . ; -r.37-Paddles7
. : .US to' 'to
S9 Actor Ladd's nimesakes. ..'.-

goe
that

-nam enicdn l

'iMdnnxn kmbni -a ..7 o Mountain abonrine.

uuuea-m.iww wyujmtt-wj mi ill JH"J"N t pul tno (ao fWJ v 141 eeilng Or tOUCft.
Chriatmaa. She haa included at !S?"-,la ."I "l!2,!!"s43DweUine,P1c 1
least ftf tm mlstak-s in the draw- t ,3 VST-T.SSi ttT I ' S
fcg,ahev;nd ,you to find fa fZ J 4bllc vehicles.
them. s v-v-V--? ubronn a .Curvcn rMWreth.-- c.
How quickly cuW list! all -T 'Father hont a tn irt 50-Sybol fortanUlum.

'-a bat for his son. 'The toj-52 Plant juice.:
together cost $1.25. The bail cbst -55 Letter-writers.
2? cents more than the bat How Sf01'1?-

6r s.Tijj child.-."? '

39-i-Location.

fifteen? Time yourself, then; let
someone else try. ', v
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1 Jq XpPX TT ', 'T"n Ml n mil
yt ao t Mjlip jnd ttj
XI Sattai pisq ; i,tin fi
Aw vxxi M i -m
win l Jtip iin5 111 .-tnwuni rwtf
P t''''l'-gt (Sviiau laa 'I

rrauch did each cost ? 'Bett'er'

jdouble check your a'-f r. j j-y
;:ta3 igmuc-1114 uii

62 Verb form.

63 Fragment (var.)
.64 Reverential lean.

63 Who was Sarai's handmaid?
' : (Gen. 16:1) ;
VERTICAL
1 Doctrines. .! .-to
2 Box.
2 Suffers.
4 High, in music.
5 One who sent greetings by
Paul to Timothy (2 Tim. 4:21)
6 King' of Tyre 2 Sam. 5:11)
, 7 Son of Shem (Gen. 10:22)
8 Queen of the fairies.
9 Son of Hammoleketh (1 Chr
7:18) ':
.10 Topaz hummingbird.
-li Scraped together.
-12 River in France.
13 Vpper air. 1 .;
19 Silvery food -fish.
22 Cut off -short
55 Ancient Greek city..
- 26 Feminine name.
'27 Personal pronoun.
28 Malaysian vessel.
29 Raise teinDerature.

- 30 He was given the fourth lot (1
Chr. 25:11).
, 31 Iced. 1. 1 -.
33 Ignore.
34 Penitential season.
35 Comfort w
36 Roman road.
38 Without moral sense.
- J Soap-frame bar.-

tits Touch a fid Go

; IN THE Xmas rush, jlveauto jlveauto-"
" jlveauto-" f mobiles are parked bumper to.
'bumper on Main Street How;
many, bumpers are actually touch-
r.'lng? j-.-. .; ,
-
-jnol st atadame; iqJni i4v
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NIP AND A NIPPON This tableau in London's Embankment Gardens features a
stately beauty, Japanese actress Yoko Tjanl. who was out for a walk between
sessions in a movie in which she is appearing. Watching her from a park bench is
a Londoner preparing to take a nip of something to ward off the unseasonal chill.

'OX THE THIRD'
ON THE CAMPUS of the University of Illinois, some students are living in the
reign of Ox the Third. This Isn't a, Chinese dynkty, but just In honor 'if a
playful St. Bernard pup, the third in, a line dating frons 1941. He is the mascot of
the Theta Chi fraternity. The current Ox, who is six months old, has the full
registered name of Ox Vom SchwarzwaJd Hof, but he's less forbidding than his
name. A mild-mannered pup, he stays out of the fraternity dining room and has
been trained to sleep in the dormitory with the 52 brothers of Theta Chi His
predecessors were Ox the First, a huge rnaiftiff who never left a classroom before
the final bell. Ox the Second, now in retirement, was known for his naps- on the
campus quadrangle. Ox, like the others, is not a dependable watch dog, but is
ornamental. Thus far, there's no record that any mascot ever bit a Phi Delt.

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one of featured Payers in Broadway musical.

A re. Rlngtnb, and William Putch; TV director, dodge

rice following their wedding at Little Church Arounct

the Corner in New York. Cast members tossed rice:

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Elsa Naxwell might get tome

ideas for parties from some of
the free tninkme ones held re-

" I cntiy in the Canal Zone.

'A prime example of kiddijg

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Canal Company was the elaborate

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Stanley Hamilton, who prepared the exnibit, to Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Huff. That Js'NOT a

spittoon at ,the foot of tne bed..

ling and Grounds Division., Some

were veritable Works Of art, and
we hope the reproductions on this
page- wi 1 eonvey some idea 'of
the eleborate detail m tbem.r
.Bart EJch and August Bauman
were co-chairmen A; the affair
and planned the principal displays;!
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' The Storehouse jsrjancn onerea
whot looked like s real Sputnik
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explained that this fearsome de device
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friend, flooats, wedlhig rods and
radio tubes. Yes, it had a dog
inside! T
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' wavy-grain lumber for do-it-your

self tans. Many people mignt per-

fer' this to' the old fashioned,

straight grained lumher. Also
for hobbyists were boards with

antique boles m them. The out.
of-stock section .was : featured,

There is such a heavy demand

for this type of merchandise that

consideration is being given to

transferring it to the Commissary
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THREE SONNETS
By John Masefield

EDITOR'S NOTE: The late British Poet Laureate, Job
Masefield, was a master of many Terse forms, but particular particularly
ly particularly skilled in handling the sonnetvHe was also the author of
several readable novels for adults, and historical adventures
for teenagers.
XXXIX
Perhaps In chasms of the wasted past,
That planet Thundered within hail of ours,
And plucked men's souls to loveliness and cast
The old, that was. away like husks of flowers;
And made them stand erect and bade them build
Nobler than hovels plaited in the mire,
Gave them an altar and a God to gild,
Bridled the brooks for them and" fettered fire;
And," in,, another coming;, forged the steel
Which, on life's scarlet wax, for ever set t;r
Longing for beauty bitten as a seal
That blood not clogs nor centuries forget,
That built Atlantis, and, in time, will raise v
That grander thing whose Image haunts our days. 'J'
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For, like an outcast from the city, I
Wander the desert strewn with travellers' bone:
Having no comrade but the starry sky
Where the. tuned planets ride,' their floating thrones.
I pass old ruhis where the kings caroused ; I :
In cups long shards from vines long since decayed,
I tread the broken brick where queens were Jioused
In beauty's time ere beauty was betrayed,
And in the ceaseless pitting of the sand
On monolith and pyle, I see the dawn
Making those skeletons of beauty grand
By fire that comes as darkness is withdrawn,
And, in that fire, the art of men to come
Shines with such glow I bless my martyrdom.
XLII
They called that broken hedge The Haunted Gate..
Strange fires t they said) burnt there at moonless times.
Evil was there, men never went there late, i
The darkness there was quick with threatened crimes.
And then one digging in that bloodied clay
Found, but a foot below, a rotted chest
Coins of the Romans, tray on rusted tray,
Hurriedly heaped there by a digger prest.
So that one knew how, centuries before,
Some Roman flying from the sack by night,
Digging in terror there to hide his store, v
Sweating his pick, by windy lantern lightr J ;
Had stamped his anguish, on that place s apttL-;- j ,
So that It knew and could rehearse the whole.

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Live JtwiJ KJn tiroaawy-,

The Washington Meny-Go-Round

By-JACK CAVER

NEW YORK (UP) The comic
fflipnt of Eddie Fov are given

their best workout in a long time

norhanc the best aver in Rum

pie," the new? musical at the. At

xin Theater, a -jtoe news, irom

Good, that isTif youre j u si

looking for fun InT- gay atmo atmosphere.
sphere. atmosphere. Becausathere n no arty

rinnniss here, mst enough in

the nf nlot and sonss to keep

the dancing comedian busy in his

easy, off-hand manner.
Tho libretto by Irving Phil Phil-lip
lip Phil-lip poses thi proWem of an elfin-like
comic pJl. hrelor
Rumple (Foy). who ho boon
relegated to Oblivia, whom out outdated
dated outdated comic strip characters
and calendar girls spend otor otor-nity.
nity. otor-nity. Rumple's case is a little differ

ent. however, because his artist

has merely been out of circula circulation
tion circulation for a year s the result of an
airplane accident. The boss is
sow well and returning home, so
Rumple and his gir' sidekick are
permitted leave for 48 hours dur during
ing during which- they are to get back in
the papers. Failing, Oblivia gets
them for good.
. The complication is that the ac ac-eideaft
eideaft ac-eideaft has left the artist with a

hidden trauma that prevents, him

from drawing. Rumple and the

girlhivfi to -see that he, gets iur-

eU. r: W r -i !.
Foy is a constant delight. Much

of his work is in pantomime since

none of the earth people can see
him and his girl except for the
artist. This is all to, the good.
There are some funny lines,-, but
the big laughs are on sight -gags,
and there are a lot of those.
ABOUT BARBARA PERRY

y The whoie cast is a personable

and talented one, including Ste Stephen
phen Stephen Douglas as the artist and
Lois O'Brien as his perplexed fi fiancee.
ancee. fiancee. '' v.-v ,'.";v '.
Then there J.J a ,Jiewcomer,.
Barbara Pony, who plays Rum Rumpel's
pel's Rumpel's flrl friend. -In bar '.own
wy, she I dolightfut- as
Foy. It hot "boon v long time
oinco I have soon a now male male-female
female male-female comody due work togeth together
er together with such perfection. She Is
pretty, shapely as they coma
sings and dances well, and hat
a comody flair that is aston astonishing.
ishing. astonishing.
The songs by Ernest G. Schwel Schwel-kert
kert Schwel-kert Omusic) end Frank Reardon

(words) art melodious for tho

most part and have tames of at

least average quality, sometimes
better. Among the numbers are

In Times Like These." "Red Let-

ter Day," "The, First Time I
Spoke of You." "Peculiar State of

Affairs," "How Do Yon Say

Goodbye?" and "AU Dressed Up."

WASHINGTON Postmaster

General Summer iie'd came within
hairsbreadth of pulling a boner
which church people would never

have let him live down. lie al

most issued rail religious stamp

with a Pilgrim-style hat v resting

on tne DiDie.

Suramer.ield s intenuons : were

of the best. Ho had designed the

stamp to be issued Dec. 27, make

ing the 300U1 anniversary or the
siening of the Flushing Remon

strance, a protest which citizens

or the colonial town of F.ustung
Long Island, now part of Brook

iyn, sent Gov. Peter Stuyvesant.

remonstrating'against an edie

banning Quakers from the New

Amsterdam colony, now Manhat

tan,

me design for the stamp.: an

proved by the Post 0:fice De

partment, would have shown

scroll, labeled ."Flushing Remon

strance" on a table besido the

Bible. A Pilgrim style that was

on top e. the Bible, --y ---

Suramerfield, a believer in reli

gious freedom but -not an expert

on- au tne suDtieties of religion

approved the deiien and sent it

to the Division of Philately. There

an aieri awe iook a iook at the

hat on top of the Bible and tonic

it back to the Postmaster Gener

Summerfield. an eldpr in th

Presbyterian church, did nnirk

uuiiDie-iane. i

Calling in Dr. Fred S. Buieh

meyer, Washmston secretarv nf

tne National Council of Churches,
Summerlield asked his advice. Dr,
Buschmeyer advised that the hat

on top of the Bible would make

mo sxamp appear- disrespectful to

uiAiij persons. ,!'.,!

N, lust a few minutes befarc a

press release was to; go out Jo

iKwtuiuera. it was iciiii-- nf a

new design, with the Pilgrim-style

uie was aooptea. ; ?

ine united Mates, is going to

ue lausneo neht out of th v,s0.

sesi miernauonal exhibit in the

wnoie anair with authnritv mA

. -- MUU

uuunce, and aoa Hamilton ho.

aiea some pice routines for the
dances. George Jenkins" sets and
Alvin Colt's costumes are bright
and lively.

raul -stone and Mike Sloan pro-

THE GIRL

The revival of "Tho Girl f m..

Golden West" at the newlv nam.

1 Til n: ,. a .t -m.. r1-" """"

ra i-nyius Anaerson ;rneater, ;? :tn

uic uiMDiuaawav Drecinom. ia ufoii

done but this 50 year-old Belasco

meioorama about the California

uoid Rush days is strictly for
those interested in. seeing what

wings tisea to je like. l

Because the production is hpine

presented fairly "straight" With

out toe oovious buriesouinff that

is usually the excuse for modern

revivals of such antiques it isn't
likely to attract nlaveoers .'who

are simply seeking a lark; How

ever, mere are, aqvimber of spots
in the play that are laughable

winout an overt bid for laughs.
The story involves "The Girl,"
a pure maistat dio rans a sa saloon
loon saloon and : gambling boll in a
riproaritig mining camp. Sheriff
Jack Ranee, a wolf, is after
her but a makfts no progress.
Seems she know ho still has m m-wife
wife m-wife back in New Orleans.
Comes a handsome road agent to
rob her store of gold dust,' he falls
for her. and she for him. She
saves his life-when a posse gets
on his: trail, and eventually they

find .happiness together.

j nancy Wickwire, one of .J h e
more highly regarded younger ac actresses,
tresses, actresses, plays "Tho GirT with a
hearty spirit that helps things a a-long,
long, a-long, although I have an idea her
performance is nut quite what
Belasco would have ordered.
- Chester Morris Is excellent at
Ranee, trigger-mean but la.
chivalrous. Pater Cooksonia
handsome and forthright as Dick
Johnson, tho baodit.
Theater Four, a new off -Broad

way production group, presented

tne revival la what used to do tne
Public Theater, a noted home for
Yiddish Productions for 90 years.

This is a welcome addition to the

off-Broadway houses because it is

a real theater and large in

stead of reconverterd ban or

past 24 years thanks to penny

pincning in nign places.

When the Brussels Fair opens,

tne American pavilion will be lo

cated right in between those of

the Vatican add the Soviet Union

1 The Vatican exhibit will feature

beautiful and historic pareantry
- The Russians are spending a
round $60,000,000 m their pavilion

- The American pavilion, in con

trast, wm. remain u stars empty
for 16 weeks out of the 26-week

period of the fair, V 1j v

The reason: insufficient funds.

Part of the' Russian pavilion

will take the form of a de-luxe
theatre where the famous Bolshoi

ballet will tage performances

seen no place else except Mos

cow. - r

There will also be performances

of the famed. Moscow circus,

cnoruses, to k singers and danc

ers. plus lavish additional Davi-

lions set up by 'Soviet satellites,

roiano, cast kuer.many, and Cze
chslovakia. .

In contrast. American official

are trying to eet alone on a mere

aew.oou lor cultural events. They

have been able to engage., the

Philadelphia symphony Orchestra

tor tnree days on y. i. 1 -They
hope to present a Broad.

way musical comedy, and .some
concert Den'ormera "But !!

ironi,-mis, tne picture is bleak.
Though the House Foreign. Al

fairs Committee recommended
$15,000,000 lor the Brussels Fair,

unsress snaveo tnis to sia.34!S-

000, about half of which$5,500c
000 will-be. eaten, up by construc construction
tion construction of the pavilion ; ;

the situation is so embarrass ine

mat u,2. commissioner General
for the fair Howard Cullman the

big tobacco executive, has rushed
back to the United States, to try
to get more money. 4
Note Foreign DODulaUon tend

to judge a country bv its exhibits

at international fairs. When I

was in Svrifl. mnnv Svrio n tnm.

mented on the lack of the Ameri American
can American exhibit at the famed Damas

cus Fair especially at a time

when we were tryine to win Sv

nan irienasnip agamst Russia's

very real inroads. v.

At the Salonika International

Fair the American exhibit would

have been relative peanuts had it

iiui Deen ior tne American Farm
School at Salonika, which contri contributed
buted contributed an exhibit featuring the life
of a hen from the ; efi2 to r the

deep freeze.

PEOPLE'S BASE. FOR N.A.T.O
Adlai Stevenson has been non

committal about his first days as

aaviser to me state uepa,rtment,
but one of thewst things he did
was to recommend to Secretary

of Stat Dulles that, NATO be giv-
en a broader base. He urged that

tary alliance unless it was based
upon political cooperation.-
Stevenson did rot know it, but
simultaneously hig old running
mate on the Democratic ticket,
Sen. Estes KeXauver of Tennessee
bad proposed something similar at
the NATO Parliamentarians' Con
ference in Paris. - i
. "We must be explorers in the

ed, just as we are in the scien-.
tific fields We can expect no last lasting
ing lasting unity of thought in military
affairs or in scientific matters
un'ess we establish political uni- ;
ty."
Kefauver then proposed that,
the NATO nations hold a confer confer-ence
ence confer-ence of leading citizens of the
western world, not just politicians -or
government officials.
, W must' r remind the people

of all our countries that they are
actually members of one ommu-

nity," he urged.
In 1951. when Gen. Dwiebt D.

Eisenhower was head of NATO.

his aide. Gen. Charles Lanham.

proposed exactly the same thing.

tie urgea ue to start a puouq re-,
lations campaign among the peo-

plea of Western Europe to make
NATO an instrument of political ".
as well as military cooperation.

But Ike never pushed the idea..

ine xna ru raruamentauan con

ference at Pans last month, how

ever, unanimously adopted the Ke-

fauver resolution. A conference of
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average citizens wtu ue iieiu tv
bring about greater cooperation
between the peoples of the NATO

countries.

WASHINGTON- PIPELlNEf

The FBI figures 'that' the gang.

land conference of' mobster- lead

era at Apalachih. N.Y.. was call-

ed to prevent more gangland kill-.

ings of the barbershop, Aanastasia
style. The man who emerged aa
king of the rackets at the Apala-

chm meeting allegedly was Vito

Uenovese. .Ex-Congressmen Rob

ert Secrest of Ohio whom the
White House put on the Federal

Trade commission because he was

'captive Democrat now talks

about running for governor of O-

hio on the Democratic ticket; It

Secrest governs Ohio the same
way he voted Republican In Con Congress,
gress, Congress, the Republicans will end
up having their man ir the gov governor's
ernor's governor's chair. .John Hayes, one onetime
time onetime radio executive lor General

Eisenhower during 'World War II,

now has proposed to his -old

commander that the first Ameri

can Sputnik be named "The Free Freedom
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BROADWAY TURKEYS

... In the "ilieatre turkey :if neither
nourishing nor a reason for- giv
inn thanks. It If a symbol f-.de-
feat and despair, success, ii an
embrace and (allure is a noose.

.-'.. Almost every performer, p 1 a y-
wrinht and producer" has Mwen

tripped by' the frightening clutch
of tiopping. One of the theatre's
most glittering golden boys -4)s-
ear Hammerstem has experienc--;.
ed the agony that goes with skid--"
tlinfl aspirations. .T.Hammerstein

"haa. oted:: "l know of no way to
f pick a winner. I once had five

: straight flops One of my grand grand-(
( grand-( father's favorites was: ;"Ii would
V rather make -my way along ; the

'', rough road of progress than rest

.... on a oea w roses, ijnai goes lor
" pie. to." ; v-

..-"In retrospect, a Hop may have

its humorous aspects, cor those
involved, however, jt is a melan melancholy
choly melancholy ordesl. v .The Laurence 0 0-:
: 0-: ; Uvier-Vivien Leigh version of ,"Ro-
i- meo and Juliet" ; iaapired the
, -most disastrous notices vt their
4 careers. It was more than an

artistic failure. the s t a r a had
, sunk their savings in backing the
production. .The night after the
dismal reviews were published,
the Ollviers appeared at a chari charity
ty charity ball. Noel Coward welcomed
them with: "My darlings, how
brave of you o come,."
Even In the Sputnik Age you
cannot create hits with any de degree
gree degree of scientific 'accuracy. The
creative process ? is subject to
countless whims. Cole Porter, who
is one of the titans in his field,
confesses: "I haven't the faintest
notion of how one writes hits.
'My Heart Belongs to Paddy was
a hit. It was written simply to
fill a stage-wait in 'Leave It to
Me.' '.
Porter composed one of his
greatest scores 'or Jubilee." Fivs
of the songs from the show be
came international favorites. Un
fortunately, "Jubilee" flopped.
Uncurtainty is the t h e a t r e's
certainty. And there is' hardly a
success story without a record of
failure., A producer; once assured
Mary Martin: "I'm afraid you
: have no talent for the stage, Miss
Martin. My advice te you is to
stay home and keep house". .
. The aforementioned "My Heart
Belongs to Daddy" catapulted Miss'
. Martin to the pinnacle. The .fol-
lowing year he was offered the
starring roles In -two -musicals.
, She. chose one. It ys a qujck
fizzle. The musical she -fpurned:
"Oklahoma" -- 4

t s-' W Th idea hat critics have sadis-

" i;S tic4; leanings nd fieftjo torthrinj

I-., Most reviewers are- stagestruck'.
They adore the theatre and en

joy seeing ft thrive with superiof
productions, some reviewers, you

'Vsw;may'' be..sfeockd to learn,i have".
WSf hearts of intarshmallow. Aisleman.
.1" John Chapman has confided "I'd
" sleep a loCtbettett hianjc. nights if

nobody redme after I've, torn
down a' play some "poor Wretch
has written with his life's blood."
The progression of success Is
always" mo. molasses. than light-:
rung. Flaywrignt Tennessee w H H-liams
liams H-liams has been showered' with a-
wards and golden trophies. In
1936 Mr. Williams began the ar arduous
duous arduous process.xf creating dramas.
One of his efforts closed out of
town in 1939. : For seven long
years he labored without creating
anything cacKwortny. .&ven an
er succeeding, Williams had hisl
failures. Before writing "Cat on a
Hot Tin Jtoof ," he parented three
straight flops: "S u m m e r and
Smoker' "The Rose' Tattoo" and
, "Camino Real.".
Seme playwrights have rsacted
iute failure with thought of homi homicide
cide homicide or suidcide. Others have
. fought serenity 'by telling their
Coes to a highly paid listener
town popularly- as a psychiatrist.
: ...George S. Kaufman, who has
hPr fcjs aByoljrtdl 1 nttay flops,

develops a 1 persecution complex
after aa Infrequent failure. lie i-
magines passersby are aware of
his failure as he strolls down the
street Kaufman contends he can
hear perfect strangers reiterating:
"There he-goes. He Wrote a bad
second act." r
"Dramatist' Howard Teichmann
has bitterly com mented: f -H 0 w
the average playwright reacts to
turkey served out ef season ja as
personal as the faxor' he is tempt tempted
ed tempted to pull' across his throat on
the, morning after", ?
It was Lionel Barrymore's con
tention that actors should be in indifferent
different indifferent to failure: "An actor
must live his roles and love
them. He must be another fellow.
Ridicule must pass him by. If a
first : night audience grazes him,
the actor must View it with pity pitying
ing pitying kindness. His failure must
be more than forgotten it never
happened. ','"
. Not alt eerfermers are eauippped
with such escape mechanism. The
failure of Copper and Bxass'
recently compelled Nacy Walker
to cry out: "In the past three
years, I've worked only eight
months. I ve got t pile of scran-
books full of the most fabulous
notices you ever read. I'm very
grateful for uiem, nut where do
they Jeave me?; In the'kitchen."
Of course; there is no cure for
failure, except .success. Neverthe
less, the price of aspiring to Pa
radise is the" risk, of enduring
Hell. Ironically, it is failure that
gives success its value.
The roulette factor in the thea
tre conditions averyene with some
degree off insecurity. Show folks
are generally well-adjusted neu
rotics. At case history we give
you Herman Levin, the producer
of "My Fair Lady. You'd think
Mr. Lvin would be happier than
Santa Claus. His life should be
full of gold and sunshine. Never
theless, ha has his anxieties. .
Levin recently observed: "S u c h
musical comedy titans as Ziea
fold and Dillingham died, without
a dime. I'd like a little security
The opportunity, -to get It may
neve come again. In .fact, I'll
lay you six, two and event that it
never eomes again."
- Broadway has shadows as well
as lights. And even th brightest
of i twinklers know the terror, of
darkness. Early in her career Ta
llulah Bankhead wan trapped in
four consecutive uopsr She ; later
wrote: ITrequently racked" .with
terror and despair, pften hungry.
oxten broke. I struck to my rules
I never whimpered or cried aloud.
What pangs I suffered in i the
dark -were hot lnfliected on my
mends. 1 1 survived through feigned-
bravalo,' through the intangi intangible
ble intangible called" personality, through de determination
termination determination to conquer on perish'
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Despite her numerous personal
triumphs, the; star s only major
Bradway click, has been "The Lit
tle Foxes.!
There t shardly a success story
without a record of failure. Para Paradoxically,
doxically, Paradoxically, the .fall frequently pre
cedes the flight to the heights
just as a child stumbles learn learning
ing learning to walk. .George Abbott is
now one of thetheatre's moat
successful Wonder-workers. He has
clicked as a writer-director-pro
ducer. There was a time three
long years when : he wrote and
wrote and was unaale to see any
thing. Nevertheless, he refused
to surrender and ultimately tri
umphed. .'
In brief, if you .can survive tur
keys, you'll be wearing their
feathers in your cap.
Rosalind Russell one a p 1 1 y
summed uo the colyum's theme:
"Success is a public affair. : Fai-
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WASHINGTON (NEA) If
Adlai Stevenson isn't careful he's
going to get himself outlawed by
the Washington hostess associa
tion They're furious at him for
the-way he refused to attend a
alngle dinner, reception or cock cocktail
tail cocktail party while he was here ad
vising with GOP leaders on for
eign Douey matters.
"All he really did was hole up
lin the Metropolitan uuo ana
read," a friend reported.
One aocietT lidv. tried to nro
duce him at a party by calling
the Democratic National Commit
tee.
"Look," lady," spokesman there
said, "we can't even get him to
come to visit headquarters here.
So you can't expect us to get
him to your houser"
BIGGEST TOPIC of conversa
tlon at cocktail parties these days
is the wardrobe of Mrs. Manlio
Brosio, .wife of the Italian ambas
sador. v
-She has' worn a, different out
fit to parties "every night for the
last three weeks. And astonished
hostesses are sayir.g het clothes
are more rtylish and expensive
tfiaiij those worn by the; fofmer
wife of French Ambassador HerVe
o. - -A,,.
Mrs. Alnhand was lonfcrHconsi
dered the most .fashionable worn
an in the Istory 'of Washington.

Other, night when Mrs Brosio i V.,: T i Vi..i...t..
epterd a iocktan .party tfn.envk,, lBo?' SjJTt&n
ofl suest asked her husband, born,' Bntish-nat.iraLzed physician

"How much do; .ou think -that
gorgeous dress f cost?" y
' Her nusDana cracKea,, -:xnars a
sillv Question to ask -me." "Yoii
know I never brin? my slide rule
h(jnje from the offjee. T
?1E'r NEW science adviser .IDr.
James K. Killian Jr., has set a
new. White House aide maJL .re
ceived record. : u ::

"7 u i answer mi gj inese luuurejty.jjrom. wmcn JIM even-a
sands of letters," he coniplainedTman in her 60's was exempt.
fi Xve eirf Antinl A ociaf nn't I C hji I ', T-v' r i:.,.4 'a rrmmr wanra

to Presidential Assistant t S he r-
man Adams "I won't have time
to advise the President on any
thing but stamp lickrng." ; -"That's
all right,": Adam re
plied. "Just write form letters to
cover the screwball, important, po
litical and personal letters and
we'll handle the whole thing for
you." .;'-, ,- ;,. ...
GENIAL SAYED M. HAQ, new
Pakistan press attache, is an ex
pert cook who can whip up all
kinds of Pakistani, A r a b i an.
French and Spanish dishes. And
no one enjoys his cooking more
than his wife.
In fact Mrs. Haq is so fond
of it that she. insists he cook all
the Sunday meals.
Other night a friend asked Haq
if he didn't resent having to
wtnrt'hli Stfndav'a-In' the J .kltch-

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Reluctant I Visitor Fashion

By DOUGLAS LARSEN and JERRI BENNETT

en. Patting his tomach. he an
swered, "Whether I mind or not
is unimportant. After all you've
got to eat."
OTHER NIGHT at the Italian
embassy, Gusippe Menyhart, the
town's most famous bartender,
was stumped fdr the first time
in years.
A guest asked him for a "Jump "Jumping
ing "Jumping Bull" ind Giuseppe had to
admit he didn't, know what the
ingredients were.
Turned out it's a combination
of vodka, beef boullioh, tabasco
sauce and lemon juice. It's served
in a large old fasioned glass
with ice.
LAST WEEK OR. SO Mamie
Eisenhower haT had a major
step-up in public appearances at
luncheons, teas, benefits and pres presentations.
entations. presentations. And of course the pho photographers
tographers photographers have been shooting
hundreds of pictures of her in the
course of this b'jsy schedule..
Finallly she asked one of the
photogs," "Don't vou fellows, ever
and linguist, had been a Commu
nist for 30 yearr when she was
seized iytfce Pcds in Hungary
and imprisoned on trumped up
I "spy" charges, j j ;
' 7 Year Solitary Harcourt
Brace), Dr. (Bone's own story of
herrdeal. Summarizes the expe
rience itldescribesr It is a istranee
aceoUnt. 40 1- oncen snocKing ana
T : . ; a
inspiring, of casual Communist cru-
Dr. Bone lived for 6evea years
in "solitary confinement, often in
pitch darkness under the control
of officials wh refused even to
admit her existence1 to the outside
world.
.- She might 'still be in prison
today V it had rot boon for
Hungary's short -lived revolt
last year, which restored her free
dom'and gav her a chance te
escape to her British home.
Needeless to say Dr. Bone is a
Communist no Jonger. For -.years
she had crown increasingly dlsen
chanted with the Kremlin's waver wavering
ing wavering line, but she did not really
believe what people said about life
in the police states of eastern Eu Europe
rope Europe until' she experienced it her
self. - '....,-. r
It was probably the toughness
of Dr. Bone's character aided to a
decree by r

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get sik of taking my picture
You have been at it now con constantly
stantly constantly for a couple of weeks."
"We haven't yet," one of the
photogs replied. They all mean
this, too; Mrs. Eisenhower is one
of the most popular picture sub subjects
jects subjects among the shutter and
flashbulb boys.
AT HIS RECENT BIG embassy
dinner party, Venezuelan Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Cesar Gonzalez urged ev everybody
erybody everybody to try so.ne of the filet
of sole amandine.
He said the delicious almond
sauce which covered the dish was
a special creation of his chef ind
one the best concoctions e v e r
served in Washington.
.The. filet was so popular Chat
it was gone before all the guests ;
were served.
To make up for this, the am-'
bassador promised filet of so?e
amandine would become a stan standard
dard standard embassy dish. wfc
And he guaranteed eyeryone,
Who didn't get to taste it, an in invitation
vitation invitation jio his next dinner party, ;
,icine, that savnd her life and her
reason.
Despite her helplcsness she took
no nonsense from tiie Communists,'
bawling them .out roundly when i
she felt was being! mistreated and
resorting to hun$r strikes when
'ords proved of no' avail. ;J"
'. This is' "a story that would be
unbelievable -if it had not been
told in various frcjms so often be-
ior&jw victims of Sec' terror... j
' Many readers of Mexico Today
(Harper) win iie -surrrised to learn
that the number of VfS. tourists
to, Mexico each year is ipproxima- f t.
teiy the same is the annual com
bined .total of American visitors
tto all the nations of "Europe. ; ;
Butt his naw book by rioted
Latin American historian John -A.
Crowef the Unlvorsitp ef Ca California
lifornia California at Los Angeles is not a
mere guide for teurits.
It is the author's "personal In
terpretation" of the United States' ;
important southen neighbor, 7--country
now booming economical-
ly and stabilizing poktlcally but
one that is more "foreign" to A- ,.
mericaos than many nations a-.
cross the seas. &',!-.
Professor Crow combines his-.
torv. the results of his own obser
vations and study over the past
30 yearsand- an up-to-date report
on rural and urban areas. Mexico
Todav is -one ..of,, the.; books on
the kubieet int recent fears.
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PINING at the Service- Center were the Lee Sparks and
.v:.-.-., ... H. F. Jenners.
Community Services Party

(Storehouse inventory.
In a booth, a "typical" Canal

errmlove was sitting with a I960

l j.ipitnc fan. with a Dnce

tag of $2.J8. The employe was
: grumbling "typically" that the
-Tail was 25-cycle. The Government

SOlU It 10 mm Willi a uie uiuc
guarantee and now it was chang
ing to 60-cycle so he couldn't get
his 'money's worth
A pair of women's high shoes
' featured the "high" fashion in the
Balboa shoe section of the Com Commissary.
missary. Commissary. A note explained that the
shoes ordered on the. buyer's last
trip to Europe (1913) had been
delayed by two world wars and
ha just arrived and were being
placed on sale. A sign assured
prospective, customers' that these
hnpB were penning seconds.

The Grounds Branch proudly an
nounced that leaf cutting ants,
formerly a nuisance, had been
taught to cut weeds. On a tabe
were examples of the training
'courses furnished the ants.
' There're L-fining classes, writt writt-en
en writt-en guides, safety courses, prac prac-graduation.EdDo
graduation.EdDo prac-graduation.EdDo tical experience and a collegiate
graduation. Ed Doo'an and For Forrest
rest Forrest Dunsmoor eyed this exhibit
tlosely.
They are rumored planning a
AtnanJ .oncin ...iU. TW. Un11

to determine whether these new
leaf .- cutting and positions are
"sensitive."

By the way, these ants are bred
in Technicolor to go with the
fancy painting on the new quar quarters.
ters. quarters. Scale models of some of their
projected mrdels were offered by
the Housing Division. All were ran
chos of one type or another hut
not quite ranch- type houses. The
completely irconditioned single
unit bachelor apartment was
tasteful and bore a surprising
resemb'ance to some interior bus
: stops we have seen,
v The i three bedroom unit had
a hammock under a tiny rancho
as its third bedroom. The two-bathroom
house had its second unit as
an outside "chic sale." A bucket
On a palm tue provided the show

er. One thing was common o the
net quarters they all had pic
, ture windows.
Commissary Division personnel
proudly announced the inaugura-
tion of the ox cart lift from
Oeu to supplement the air-lift of
fresh vegetables from Miami. Th
was a map showing the project

ed ox rout "om Ocu through the
intervening vay points to Wally
Bain's office.
A : colorful miniature ox-cart
Costa Rica festival style) was
loaded with actual farm produce.
A sign carried the theme of the
presentation. It read. "Big cart cart-small
small cart-small Oxen. Big division small
force. Maximum efficiency."
' The Service Center got a double
spoofing. t booth there were
pictures of the 1918 Clubhouse in interiors.
teriors. interiors. A sign announced that be behind
hind behind curtains below would be seen
the results of 40 years of march marching
ing marching ahead. Then the curtains open opened
ed opened to revear the same pictures as
in 1918.
In a more elaborate presenta presentation,
tion, presentation, there .were two identical
buildings of -construction vintage.
One said Clubhouse on it and the

.other said Service Center. Other

wise they were Jdentiea'. me sign

Inside the buildings were tricky
gadgets. Inone-was a screen which
showed silent picture with printed
captions of President Roosevelt's
visit here during construction; In

the other .building tne wide screen

showed color movies of Gov. wii

ham E. Potter with a sound tape

conveying" a welcdme to this bu bureau
reau bureau party. Pretty clever, ehP

'A replica of an early era Hotel

Tivoli room- complete with the ari?

giital furniture, was shown, A sign
on the bed indicated that President

Roosevelt and Taft and Joe Di

Maggio had. slept there, and yes,

it was a little crowded

Who came to the party? Some
170 employe of the Supply and

Service Bureau to greet their new
Bureau Dicrector L. Ferguson and
hts wife. The Governor Lt.l Gover

nor, and their' wives were honor honored
ed honored guests. Representatives from

other bureaus and divisions had
put their folding money on the

countef .or ticket's to this get-ac-

quianted party.
The Ferguson welcome was awe

some, including the presentation
of a live chicken (later exchanged

for a goose) starring in a comic
quartette, and dedication of a

calypso sons written about him.

This was Ming first by a profes

sional calypso singer and then the
who e audience was asked to ren render
der render it. It get rendered!
Little Nii and her sad story
was told in tearf detail Little

Dummy looked so much like

"Mother" Wallace and "Poppa"

IKilbey he could have won a pa

renthood suit in any court.
Door prizes were many and va varied.
ried. varied. The 20 pound corbinas auc auctioned
tioned auctioned of by the Governor for
United. Fund), the stalk of bana bananas,
nas, bananas, and the coconuts, papayas,
tomatoes and gift wrapped yam

were unusual but not spectacular

compared to the chickens, geese,
etc., presented to somewhat un unwilling
willing unwilling recipients.
Piece de resistance of v the door
prizes was a squealing, live,
baulky pig which was awarded
to Dick Cox. Evertywhere the 'pig
wanted to go, Dick didn't, and
vice Versa.
There was a horrendous din,
with the pig siiealinjj and the p r
ty-goers laughing. Made more
nojse then six Congressmen, one
o ficial stated. v
There was an ample buffet din-,
nei. and a capable orchestra for
dancing. After we left, the United
Fund got a $20 contribution; It
happened this way1, we were told.
Someone offered $1 to hive Wally
Bain sing. Nineteen other people
paid one do lar each to keep
him from singing. H. F. Jenner of
Gamboa turned the loot in to the
United Fund.
word of explanation about the
pix of the display tables. Some of
these were photographed during
the a ternoon and casual visi visitors
tors visitors to the Tivoli were osed to add
life to the shots.
At the buffet, the bar was set
up close to the displays. The. only
way to get a picture then would
have been' with a helicopter.
Last minute notes are that
Kay Brown, played piano for the
quartette. Virgil Reed won the
big stalk of bananas, Wally Bain
got a giant yam, Jim Snider won
a Toastmaster, and Mrs. Parnell
a radio clock. "'
There were many other lucky

winners of anything from a dozen

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7 Kitchen
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14 Energy
20 Small
21 Tag
again
22 Pompous
show
23 -Peninsula
of Asia
24 Ordinary
25 Click
beetle
26 Flatfish
27 Of natural
views
29 Rib, In
Sl--)W
32 Arctic
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base
34 Head
coverings
35 K blot
36 Love to
excess
37 Historic
port of
entry,
"Mass.
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tree
41 Seethe
42 Mammal
allied W
the civet
43 Barnyard
sound
45 Cock
47 Piece of
apparel

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48 Plunder
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1 51 Consoled
57 Confined :
. 59 Grain
60 Adore
61 Heavenly
body
62 Summon
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64 Thinks ;
6e Dark Dark-colored
colored Dark-colored line- :. '
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68 Night Night-(poet)
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high
priest -i-
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suddenly.
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77 Assert
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awkward :
80 Hairy
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name
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term
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96 Walked
98 One
traveling
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boded in"

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82 Bold ninjg off
84 Furious 120 Arsenate
storm i of copper
85 Fame' 21 Wanes :
87 Upbraids 122 Take out
88 Rather 123 Secluded
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7 Giver
8 Re-exam
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48 Cut up
49 Call
50 Tin
' 51 Young
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53 Group of
students
54 Sailing
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55 Whatnot
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56 Exiles
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mongery
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89 Small,,
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' SENATE SlAJORlTY LEADER Lyndon Johnson.
. (Tex.) yesterday called Jhe Vanguard lisco one of
the best publicized and most humiliating failures',ln

, the history oiws c0ump.Tj i;..'.!

THE REMON ASSASSINATION triai:ended drama.;

Udally Friday 'with the acquittal oi. ausevexv ae

0 WATCHFUt WAITING PROVED "the payoff for

wBiHweigiH cnampion Joe Brown when he seoi ea

fendants after 47 days of testimony and argumenti his third knockout lo as many, defenses of the 135
by the prosecution and the defense, t . ,1 ; I : pound world championship. v: .

! The verdict -handed down by the two women and 1 He put lull power Into no more than four punches

Johnston ald hla Senate PreDaratioiu subcommittee f lv men who comnrised the lurv was a surprise to against challenger Joev Lones of Har.ramentn.-Oalif

.would demand a complete report on th failure to get some people who had expected that at least one of i but three of them produced s knockdowns vand the
the satellites off the ground at Cape Canaveral j i the defendajits, Ruben O. Mir6, would have been found set up the pretender tor a finishing blow, prevented
"Since thte it such-an uncertain field, I am not able v guilty of some responsibility for the crimed when referee Joe White stepped between the battlers
to understand the policy which makes such specta- However, the verdict waaa popular one. Crowds :s to give Brown an 11th round TKQ triumph Wednesday-

cuiar announcements m- aavance oi me evenv ,ne -nnea me streets as soon a pou-guuvy vcruicw w jugnu

Miro, Rodoiio de st Maio, jose K. lejaaa, .uia vt ner-

' "It would; be ?far better If our officials would; go
ahead and work? on "the satellite and make their an an-)
) an-) nouncement : after, rather man be(ore, they have
, something to talk about." r ' ;
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Addressing the Amarillo Chambet -of Commerce,
Johnson said the failure "reminds me of an old friend
I knew up in the mountains who always did his talk-v:-
ing firjst and his thinking afterwards." i

Vanguard Chief John P. Hagen said In Washington

that he believed the failure was mecnamcai ana not
one of design. t J
"This is not the kind of thing to cause one to go
'back to the drawing boards" he said, "l believe It
was a failure of; some individual pary ....j- -- :- -.; j
- Pressed for tin estimate of what the "destruction of
the rocket had cost the VJS. in money, Hagen said he
believed it to be "less" than several million dollars.

nandez, jcamilo Gonzalez, Alfonso F. Hyama and Mrs.
Teresa Castro Suareas was read over a nationwide
hookup by trial Judge Angel Vitelio de Gracia.
Sisters of the late President Jose A. Kemdn, for
. whose assassination the six men and one, woman
' were being tried, shouted "Candidas, bandidos" at
the jury and walked out weeping after Judge de N
; Gracia read the verdict, brought in after four
hours and SO minutes. The-jurors took. time, eat.

to eat their noon meal before bringing in me -verdict.
; ; A'KlC'fy-'-'-'i' :'v,'-'-: ';.
Ttu courtroom wax Immediately cleared after the

verdict was read The Jurors, who had been transport-?
ed back and forth- since they were chosen as; Jurors.

were left to, their,own- devices as eyen tne juageigrun-

ly walked out and locked himself in his chamber..

' Several hours after1 the Atrial Mlf 6 and other;, others
walked out of Uie Cacel Modelo where they had been
held-f or35 months, Tarrying their belongings; Teja Teja-da's
da's Teja-da's included a batea which be had made during his
-.'spare time.' v : --- jx4,-.v
Miro. -who has Iseemed confident throughout the

'ulal, as usual, waved "and greeted the few-photo-eranhers
waltine at the back door of the Carcel when

Che came out. Among his first words was; the state-.

ment wrai ne naa great pians ror mis cuuutry.
Miro said he had absolute faith that the jury
would find him Innocent and added, that it show showed
ed showed that the Panamanian people had reached a .
state of maturity ; which indicated that ft was :
time for a. chance. r -s v;g -..C:f,,
Under the same police guard which escorted him back
and form during the trial, Mir6 was taken at -his own-'
request to Balboa; police station In the Canal-Zone,,
where he -spent the TJight, going home to his wife and
family yesterday morning.

He said yesterday morning, ne expects io go to me

umtea states at

When asked If be thought the prepunching pub publicity
licity publicity policy of the administration ought to be look-
ed Into, Hagen said his personal feelings were that
the launching ; should have been "treated as a test

and not given so much publicity .'.

. Asked what he said when told the Vanguard failed,
he'replied: "Nuts; 1
Russia gave the United States another advance to
match when It announced the launching of the world's
first nuclear-powered surface ship, the 16,000-ton ice icebreaker
breaker icebreaker Lenin. 7 ',' '-
Three days before, the keil of the i first American
nuclear-powered surface ship had beep laid at Quincy,
Mass. the cruiser Long Beach.

. French Premier Felix Gaillard won a vote of con-' mora had Mirf eolne to Sbairt.

fidence in parliament oh a bill that would give him The acquittal of all the defendants still leftthe
emergency powers to meet a serious financial jsitua- assassination of President Remon on 'Jan. 2, J955,
tion. The vote was 223 to 18Tc-"j .- J shrouded in mystery as to who the real assassins age
The bill would -authorize the government to raise ana what was the motive for the killing. ;
$250 million in nex taxes. . . x.,-.;'-v T yri; JVgv,;!- .-s .w :-:
: r tf-: - f The acquittal also brought an Immediate move by
Gaillard proposes also to raise government'-, eon- the government to free ex-Presideht Jose Ramon
trolled prices and to refuse pay raises to civil servants. Guizado Who had been convicted by me National As-

But the tax Diu is stui to race a iumuvomj auuvue-. sembiv as MlrO's accessory to tne assassination,

Brown. 31'. wa a S-to-1 favarlta iA retain Kla

championship, won Aug. 24, 1956, from Wallace
Bud Smith, when he stepped Into the ring against
1 Lopes.''.. s. N
. The victory brought Brown -15.M0, of which 112,000
was from television. Lopes collected $9920.
It was Brown's 29th knockout in 82 nrd f lehts. of

which hi has won 7. Jt was the vHtU 4oss. for Lope? f
ip 58 battles, i u., 1 Y X '.ft, -

The minor leagues finally reached agreement with
the majors on franchise shifts and'lndemnlties in the
wake pf year-long negotiations that extended from
coast to coast..'.-;-. ...,.; ,. v
Following discussions at! the annua major-minor ;
conventions these- agreements were reached.
-The Brooklyn Dodgers, were accepted in Lbs Ange-
les and the New York Giants in San Francisco, taking
over Pacific Coast League franchises. 1
The Pacific 'Coast League announced it would take
over Spokane, Wash., Salt Lake City,, Utah, and Phoe-
nix, Ariz to -diplace Los- Angeles, Hollywood and San
FratKisco in the PCL.it '.,;';;..:! -'- ,
The: Class C Pioneer League, losing-Salt Lake City,
will operate next year again either as a six or eight
- team league. And the Jlass C Arizona Mexico 1
League will continue without Phoenix, with a re replacement
placement replacement to be chosen later:

, threat of a defeat which would force his resignation

Still hung over oamarovs neaa. s
Relations between the Netherlands and Indonesia,
k its one-thtte possession in EastAsiai reached, the crisis
'. Ktaeef : V:..fl','t'. : V : ' ;.".-.Cv'-

Attorney-General Hermdgenea de la Rosa said he

would file an appeal to the Supreme Couth -asking for
Guizado's release in the light of the jury's verdict
regarding Miro and the other defendants.
" With the end of the trial and the freedom of
the defendants, baying In Panama 1 City picked
up at an unprecedented pace yesterday as peo people
ple people hurried to get Mother's Day r3ft9 and cloth

ing, candles and prayer books for children who
are takine- their First Communion in Catholic

churches-Viday, y?' : '

rii,4vVi-niihlfca.t-.lnna wprp Slisnenuea. Lanaine ngntS :nt a Hnnw sn)vnmmittp hAni fcAveral Zanians' enm-

of the Royal Netherlands Air Line were withdrawn. 1Jnents about life on the Canal Zone. Although they

seemed .interested m a senow-teacners Temar3 mat
life here was rAmerlauci,;tlie7wer'tsthe. skep-;

Executives of the PCL reported that they were
happy with the new alienment and the Indemn3 Indemn3-,
, Indemn3-, ties offered by the major leagues for leacues for :"
taking over their territories in San Francisco and'
-Los Anireles; '.
LesJie'O'Connor, president of the PCL. wouldn't an-
bounce what the indemnities will be. but the belief
is that' they will run between 1750.000 and one mil-'

tO EO tO me linn iMllun fhaww nrlll k ..1-1 I 1 11

the end. of .January. Previous ru- years. yT rl4VU w

The PCL, In turn, wiU haVe to pay Indemnities to
the Pioneer and Arizona -- Mexico League for tak taking
ing taking Salt Lake City and Phoenix.
The first step has been, taken to wipe out the con controversial
troversial controversial .baseball bonus rule and to put the annual
plaver drait on an unrestricted basis.
The minor leagues got the ball rolling at the Joint
meetings In Colorado Surings. The minors voted by
an overwhelming majority to abolish both points. The
bonus clause says any player receiving more than
14000 to sign must be kept on a major league roster
two years before being farmed out.,

stage.'

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Angered by the Netherlands refusal toglve it Dutch
New Guinea, and by its failure to win United Nations
support for its claim to the territory, Indonesia
launched a drastic anti-Dutch campaign.
An Of ficialh-v-sponsored; 24-hour strike was declared
against all Dutch enterprises in Indonesia.

JJutch consulates, were lordered to close.

The government mreatened to nationalize the $j, $j,-500.000,000
500.000,000 $j,-500.000,000 holdbags of Dulh Interests to Indonesia,
Many merchants refused to sell even food to Dutch
citizens. ,)- '
In London, Great Britain and West Germany agreed
on a Joint policy for the North Atlantic Treaty Or Or-tanlzation
tanlzation Or-tanlzation to be held hi Paris Dec" 16.

1
- irir.icf TTarnirf TUflcmlllan and German For"

. T 1 1111 iauiwifk v.

Headed by Rep. Leonor K. Sullivan-- (D-Mo.) .' the
members of the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries'
Subcommittee on Panama Canal Affairs then made
a flying trip over Nicaragua to view the proposed site
of a Canal there; they visited hospitals on both sides
of the Isthmus; and prepared to return to Washing-

Several steamship representatives, headed by Rob-

eign Minister Hemrich Von Brentano decided to cau v ert E. Mayer ; were on the Isthmus this week check-

lor much closer pouticai caupwsuuu wy
allies, and for, a general tightening of relations to
meet the threat of Soviet Russian aggression. ; (

lnct uo the "price-tag: which the Canal Co. has set

on Its assets. m ,r
j, Mayer president of the Pacific. American -fiteam-ship
Association, commented that although it was still
premature; generally, his group concidered the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal's short-range study as "very constructive.".
He said they were here to examine the Canal's pre preliminary
liminary preliminary financial statement for the past fiscal year
now out; to further evaluate the short-range study
and to examine the valuation of assets which the Ca Canal
nal Canal has set at $456,000,000.

ViiC WOJ,li fv -mw.v. -- - f X 111 CC Ml W1 V" 4JU'0 WHt'C

ference opening Dec. 16. But ne empnasweo ure iuigot the tidings of their promotions this week
decision would be up to his physicians. ; r' which become effective Dec. 29. ,
- y "' - New District Police Commander to Balboa is detec-
?Any aide who says he has decided to go to Paris vtjTe capt Gaddis Wall. Named as his assistant was
Is completely cockeyed," Hagerty said.-, Sit Stewart P. vTrailtwho will .also, become captain.
Officials here said plans were being made oir the Detective Sgt. Harvey G. Rhyne, was promoted to the
assumption the President, would-fly to Paris. How-r. ranit 0f lieutenant, end the title of senior detective.
ever, formal announcement of his decision may -be three are of the Balboa District. .; -'

Britain and West Germany also will ask for a pool
of NATO scientific knowledge in the field of weap weap--
- weap-- ons development - -,
' President Eisenhower plans to go to Paris for the
North .Atlantic? Treaty meeting unless, his doctors ,;
firmly oppose the trip,
White House Press Secretary James C. Hagerty said

foatojbody floods flkAAtfiedd

put off until Wednesday or Thursday of this week,

the, said,.:? ; : -,
- The chief executive's Dhysiclans were ekpected to

make their final checkup sometime after he returns
from this weekend it Gettysburg. Hagerty, however.

"The inassenger shin Relna del Paciflco left Balboa
this week with something new added. A new propeller
wan -fitted on the ship to replace one lost at sea. The
Balboa drydock was ooened to permit the 574-ft.

Reina to have the oroDeller put on. The 415 passengers

declined to predict when thcdoctorsrwould gJveJthfiall lived ahoardthe. yessel during thetiireerday re

As to the unrestricted draft, the current rule Is that
only one player may be taken from any one farm club.
The new nrooosit.ion, bocked by Commissioner Ford
Prick, calls for the drafting -of any player who has
of time drops to three and two years for olayers In,1
e spent four vars In a high minor league. The length
say, Class "C" or "D" leagues.

The pitcher hungry Cincinnati Redlegs have obtain obtained
ed obtained three rteht-handers in ar trade with St. Loils.
- The Redleen ave the Cardinals outfielders Joe Tay-t
lor and Curt Flood for Wl'iiard Schmidt, Ted Wieancf
and Mrty Kutyna. Schmidt won 10 games and lost
three this year with the Oardtaals, motiy in relief
' roles.--Wieand was witihi Houston and Kutvna with"
Richmond. Taylor batted 505 fpr ReftW.1- unMl called
uo late' In tile seV)n when he JH 62 In 33 games
with Cincinnati, Flood had a i!99 average with Sav Savannah.
annah. Savannah. -'.,;:, ''-""'.,
Th Chlcam White Sox 'are eloattncr over the trade
they -mad Wednesday with Cleveland.
Th" White ov rave Cleveland Mlnni M'noso
and FrM fatfMd for rlrht-handee Karlv Wfnn
- and Al Smith. The before the -White Sox ob obtained
tained obtained nUcher Rar Moore as part of a five man
deal with Baltimore. v t : ;
Vico-PrMent( CbMfk romlskey Mid "We now"
havfl a nitchlng staff tat wWa total on 107 games
last season and Yankee pitchers won the penant
with only 9" victories. ; '
Manarr"- Casey Steneei of the TanVees admitted admitted-"Thnsfl
"Thnsfl admitted-"Thnsfl WH" Sox certplnlv went out aM got some
pitching. They have to be stronger, now.",

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T 'TO JEWEL .TOO. 1 1 7

DISTANUY; DlSTANTlY- I'M

NOT AS CLOSELY RELATED TOJ

HER AS IS COUSIN

JEWEL IS OH, YES, YES -YES, INDEED. A 5

THIRTEEN AlN T T VERY" BEAUTIFUL. TALENTED

SHE? GCUy-SHE'S) CHILD -OF COURSE; I DONTGETl

GROWN UP I'LL TO SEE HER TOO MUCH-I'M-

1 BET SHFS A PRETTY BUSY-7H5 IS A

AWFUL NICE

HOUSE-"'

COUSIN "JULIA HAS

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

OFJEWELNCW,RUN

ALONG CUT OF THIS
STEAMY? KlTCH EH, J

YE HAVE NOTICED THAT MISS

ULIA PINE'S COUSIN RELDA IS

HARD WORKER -TAKIN' CARE

OF THE HOUSE-WELLES THE

LOT OF A POOR RELATION

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THOSE ARE ME WORDS WHIN YE GROW UP,
BE WHATIVER YE LIKE-A SINGER, A DANCER,
A CLARK IN A STORE, OR ANYTHING YOU'RE

A MIND T'BE, BUT DON'T, DON'T IYER

BECOME A POOR RELATION

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' MR.MC6UINESS-

.1: NOW

I GOTTA FIND A BETTER PLACE TO HIDE

THE MONEY MRS. BEAM PAID ME FOR MY LOGGIN'

CAMP JOB, ZERO YOU KNOW I PROMISED HER v

I WOULDNT LET ANYBODY KNOW SHE HIREP

ME, A MINOR, CAUSE IT WOULD GET HER

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THIS IS A SWELL PLACE-BEHIND THIS WOSB
BOARD IN THIS OLD STABLE NOBODY EVER r i

COMES HERE GEE EVEN AFTER BUYIN

SOME CLOTHES, I STILL GOT A

HUnNERT AN FORTy-FIYc

DOLLARS LEFT!!

1

SEVEN BRAND-NEW TWENTY-DOLLAR BILLS' AN1
ONE WRINKLED, OLD FIVE-DOLLAR BILL-GOLLY-L
' 7 MGG PINE'S NIECE JEWEL
iisxmtm. GETS HERE. I'LL BE ABLE

. :S TO BUY HER A NICE

PRESENT!

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JEWEL-MY PRECIOUS JEWEL-WILL J

BE HERE NEXT WEEK AND THAW

HORRIBLE LITTLE ORPHAN CHILD;: J

WILL STILL BE IN THIS HOUSE
MY JEWEL EXPOSED TO HER.

LOW, UNCULTURED WAYS
' WHAT HAVE I EVER

DONE TO DESERVE THIS?.'

t WHAT HAVE X EVER I



MRS DITHERS

WANTS OS TO

' COME OVER

right AwAy;

f ViHATS 1
iTROUBtey

BLONDIF.TMIC

l IS A FAMI1V I v-

WE SHOULDNT

TICKETS TO VSTzOt 'lm Jin J-V-v
DANCE 1&, y ft JS ( M TOO OLD
TONIGHT S ( V V -V TO PO ALL THE
AND JULIUS V AjC 1 FANCY JIGGING I
wonT take s -: : y f -' I ,THEy 00 J-

NONSENSE-.

I WANT YOU

TO CONVINCE

u .( HIM ITS HIS fl
' X. DUTY TO VI
-'"T TAKE HER I

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inpf

MR. DITHERS-tTS

a-husbands Duty

-TO TAKE HIS Wlrfc

OUTDANCING

OCCASlONALLV

WIVES WORK AND -v BUMSTEAD, YOU'RE S ..-
SLAVELL DAY LONG ) H A TRAITOR-YOU SHOULD I
. I AND DESERVE J WN STICK UP FOR J 1
V 'ITLe. HUSBANDS I

( YAHHH'.OONT-'I
-Vi-' GIVE ME THAT f
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I WELL. AFTER ALL A f YOU MAY BE RIGHT
, HUSBANDS ARE i a1, -y BUT ITS-A VERY
i I FLESH AND 3&F&'" '4"V V s f REVOLUTION ARy
f V BLOOD ANO HAVE J l- j, ; V-f THOUGHT

. L r cora, did rr v T'1, t are you saying'
' fx OCCUR TO YOU V cVX Vl. THAT" A Wire
; I THATWECOULO rs'TJ '.V COULO BE
&ViRONGJ '?C' WRONG? t
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JULIUS, YOU LL BE
HAPPY TO LEARN
YOU OON T HAVE

TO TAKE ME

TO THE DANCE,

1 ck ALL

H3r7 'i-TV- "...

1.

MBLONDIE.AS

3? TtONG AS VJERE

YOU MIGHT

f AS WELL
USE THE

i

I'LL CALL
A TAXI TAXI-YOU
YOU TAXI-YOU CAN

STILL GET

THERE FOR

'".t'K''' CHA-CHA

rrV1 tCfl? r WOOD YOU SAIO, J M I
b-fJ K 07 "YOURSELF, IT WAS
GO J f 7m i T A husband's ouryji? ',
J- pt : -f TO TAKE HIS v

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WHAT
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